Awe-inspiring water views from all rooms! This 1,572sf, 2BR, 2BA, 27th floor N/W facing residence features a 180-degree Living Room view of the city, bay, Coronado, Poin...
Live the ultimate Downtown lifestyle on the 27th floor of the Harbor Club in this spacious single bedroom floor plan! Awaiting your design ideas, this east-facing residen...
Perfectly situated in the West Tower of the prestigious Harbor Club, this Penthouse exudes the perfect combination for a sophisticated and luxurious lifestyle. This light...
Stunning western views to the Harbor, Seaport Village, Pt Loma & the western front of downtown that can be seen throughout almost the entire Condo. Upon entering you are ...
Iconic building in premiere location! Enjoy over 2000 sq ft of living space plus a private terrace overlooking the world famous San Diego Convention Center in one of San ...
Building was built in the early 1990's, so you will find some individual units that look "dated" while others have been totally remodeled. While the street address is Harbor Drive, thats more for PR, its physical location is on J street between 2nd & 3rd avenues (just in case you are driving there). The Harbor Club condo tower with the 100 in the address is the Western tower and the 200 building is the Eastern tower.
Note: These views may change in the future or if you are on a very low floor may not have any view. Each buyer should verify on their own. Above statements are only one man’s opinion and are not guaranteed to be accurate.
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]
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|Like the most:||Harbor Club residents conveyed to me that they love the never-ending views of the bay, ocean, Coronado and city lights. These units were built to maximize the views. Residents also like the location being so close to the harbor, shopping and restaurants.|
|Like the least:||A lot of the residents complained of the lack of storage space and the smallness of the units. This may explain why a large percentage of owners use this as a second home. Single paned windows. A lot of the floor plans look directly into the adjacent (Harbor Club) tower.|
|Other comments:||The uniqueness of the Harbor Club twin towers architecture allows this property stand apart from the rest. The windows are only single paned creating large fluctuations in temperatures as the seasons change and depending on the amount of direct sunlight. High HOA fees.|