Diamond Terrace Condos for Sale

  • Total units: 113
  • Unit types: studios, 1 & 2 bedroom condos
  • Number of Floors: 14
  • Square Footage: 425 - 1,113
  • Approximate price range: $300,000 - $750,000
  • HOA fees: $350 - $450
  • Amenities: The Diamond Terrace condos offer a gym, roof top deck & BBQ area with direct views into the ball field.
  • Year Built: 2005
  • Annual turnover %: 6.2
  • Price change prior year: +9.5%
  • Price change from 3 years ago: +25.8%
  • Other: Diamond Terrace is one of the closest condo buildings to Petco Park (home of San Diego Padres baseball team). Some of the units facing South have direct views into the ball field from inside the unit (not leaning over the balcony like the ones facing West).

427 Ninth Avenue

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Summary of Resident Reviews 

Below is a summary of all the reviews provided by the residents living in this property. Rating scale is from one to five stars. [Rating and Review Disclosure]

  Poor      Avg      Best
Average rating starstarstar
Relaxed feeling of home starstarstarhalf star
Views starstarstarstarhalf star
Noiseless inside starstar
Proximity to shopping/restaurants starstarstarstarhalf star
Security starstarhalf star
Concierge/Doorman  
Pool  
Exercise facilities starstarhalf star
Parking starstarstarhalf star
Maintenance starstarstar
HOA effectiveness starstarstarhalf star
Quality of construction starstarstarhalf star
Like the most: Diamond Terrace residents have conveyed to me they like the convenient location next to the ball park (Petco Park) and being close to the Gaslamp. They also feel the common areas are maintained well.
Like the least: The common complaint among almost all survey respondents Diamond Terrace condos was noise, too much of it from the neighbors including noise in the hallways etc. Residents are also disappointed the building does not have swimming pool. Although no resident mentioned the noise from specifically coming from Petco Park I imagine the low rating in the noise category come partly from the firework noise often occurring during or after baseball games.
Other comments: Diamond Terrace residents feel the building is too expensive for what you get and that there are better places in downtown for the money.

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