Newest ICON Condos for Sale

ICON Condo & Loft Listings, Reviews & Data:

  • Total units: 325
  • Unit types: studios, lofts, 1 & 2 bedroom condos
  • Number of Floors: 24
  • Square Footage: 600 - 1,966
  • Approximate price range: $350,000 - $800,000
  • HOA fees: $550 - $650
  • Amenities: The tallest building in the ICON condo complex features the Icon Skybox, a rooftop stadium and viewing terrace overlooking downtown and the ballpark. Gym, "5th Inning Lounge", an expansive interior courtyard as well as a theater with raised seating.
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Annual turnover %: 11.4
  • Price change prior year: +2.3%
  • Price change from 3 years ago: +9.4%
  • Other: The ICON condo project consist of four residential towers ranging from five to 24 floors. 

321 10th Avenue

Walker’s Paradise

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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 starstarstarstar
Relaxed feeling of home starstarstarstar
Views starstarstarstar
Noiseless inside starstarstarstar
Proximity to shopping/restaurants starstarstar
Security starstarstarstar
Exercise facilities starstarstarstarhalf star
Parking starstarstarstar
Maintenance starstarstarstar
HOA effectiveness starstarstarstar
Quality of construction starstarstarstar
Like the most: Residents of the ICON condos have conveyed to me they love the roof top deck, one of the best views in San Diego, looking out across the skyline and bay with views directly into the playing field at Petco Park. The building is very well maintained and all the security staff and manager are all very nice. Convenient location close to a lot of bars and restaurants. A few commented that the HOA was well run/managed. Social committee is always holding fun functions.
Like the least: ICON residents are not happy with the stalled new library project next door (as of 2010 just a dirt lot). Also some residents are disappointed with the lack of new development in the area. Back when ICON was being built/sold there was lot more development planned east of ICON. That has come to a complete halt leaving ICON at the edge of the comfort zone in East Village. One exception on new construction is the new law school being built which should help the area.
Other comments: One resident suggested the addition of an outdoor spa in the common area.