625 Broadway Brings Prohibition-Era Luxury Apartments To San Diego

Today, 625 Broadway, Downtown’s newest luxury apartment community, announces 231 new apartment homes are now available for lease – and they look amazing!

Located in the heart of Downtown San Diego, 625 Broadway marries timeless architecture and modern excellence, while offering residents the opportunity to live in one of San Diego’s most historic buildings.

“With the Gaslamp District, San Diego Harbor, and the East Village all at its doorstep, 625 Broadway is ideally located in Downtown San Diego and caters to those looking for urban vibrancy, walkability, and convenience,” said Nadine Choe of Cain International, the real estate investment firm delivering the project.

“625 Broadway will set a new standard for modern luxury in the city centre, and we are thrilled to be delivering a unique space to the market that will further contribute to San Diego’s growth as a global gateway city.”

San Diego’s First High-Rise Building Reinvented

Formerly known as the Spreckels Building, 625 Broadway was San Diego’s very first high-rise building and one of the last buildings constructed by John D. Spreckels in 1926. A reinvention rather than a renovation, the property maintains its historic character while also offering sleek and modern touches through luxury appliances and polished fixtures.

For those looking for a one-of-a-kind living experience, 625 Broadway offers 44 unique floor plans with studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom options. The authentic, loft-style units range from 402 to 1,411 square feet with rental prices beginning at $1,665. 625 Broadway is the only property in San Diego to embrace true loft living with spacious living areas, soaring ceilings, and original concrete and brick details.

Luxurious Urban Living

625 Broadway pays tribute to residents’ fast-paced and social lifestyle. Entertainment, restaurants, retail, and views of the San Diego Bay can be found in every direction. For added convenience, the location is easily walkable for those who work in Downtown San Diego.

Following a timeline permitted by local, state, and CDC officials, the amenity-rich property invites tenants to step outside of their unit and explore what the community has to offer. The residents’ lounge is fitted with flat-screen TV’s, classic style ping pong table, and ample space for gathering. Additionally, residents can work, exercise, and rejuvenate in the co-op workspace, state-of-the-art fitness center, private yoga and group fitness studio, and indoor Zen Garden which is the perfect place one can escape to after a long day.

Click here to learn more, enjoy a virtual tour, or schedule an on-site tour. 625 Broadway can also be found on Instagram and on Facebook.

Stay healthy, San Diego!

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