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CA San Diego Electra Condominiums

Electra is Downtown San Diego’s tallest residential tower standing 43 stories high with 248 residences. Located on the corner of Kettner Boulevard and Broadway this especially unique development features the historic façade of the original San Diego Gas & Electric building incorporated into the bottom exterior, where modern design marries Art Deco. This historic section of the restoration accommodates Electra's generous lobby with a concierge and a 60-foot high atrium graced with a stunning dome skylight. The lobby is available for reservation for resident's large-scale entertaining. Amenities featured at Electra include an exercise room, pool, spa, sauna, barbecue area, outdoor fireplace lounge, and a landscaped courtyard. Among Electra’s 248 residences, one will find a variety of floor plans. Two-bedroom town homes ranging from 1,341 to 1,551 square feet. Also available and offering spectacular views are two-bedroom units around 1,160 square feet and two-bedroom unit with den at approximately 1,468 to 1,834 square feet. Electra offers a variety of design features including bamboo or cherry floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and ambient fireplaces in some residences.

Amenities: Fitness center, Pool, Steam room, sauna, Community courtyard with BBQ area, Conservatory room, 24 hr security, Concierge services, Onsite HOA office.

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