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San Diego based real estate professional Boyd Smith says, "There are three words that really matter in real estate - location, location, location. And for as far back as anyone can remember, real estate has been based on this core principal."

The Atria condominiums, now open, are located on the corner of Market Street and First Avenue.

Since the revival of downtown San Diego, people from all over have been gobbling up properties in the Marina and the Gaslamp Districts. But only now has one location to call home become available that actually splits both. The Atria condominiums, now open, are located on the corner of Market Street and First Avenue.

Just steps away from all that downtown has to offer, this 149-unit condominium complex is in walking distance to food, entertainment, fashion, the ballpark, the San Diego Bay, and beyond. Atria's offerings extend well past its doors with an infinite supply of places to explore.

Inside Atria's walls awaits a perfect balance to the bustling world outside. A relaxed courtyard is surrounded by studios, one bedrooms, two- and three-bedroom townhouses, and Rob Quigley-designed creative loft spaces (1-3.5 bath) that will accommodate any type of urban dweller. Equipped with designer carpet, granite countertops, washer/dryer, wood floors (in lofts), private decks and spacious closets, residents are offered just enough of the downtown vibe, while still being able to make it their own personal sanctuary.

A rarely found dichotomy of downtown's energy and personal ownership is found at Atria. The amenities start in your own unit, extend to the fitness center, media room and rooftop terrace with barbeque, but ultimately end in the surrounding downtown experience. Starting in the low $300,000s, Atria is ready to give you downtown when you want it, and downtime when you don't.

If you would like to learn more about Atria visit www.101MarketStreet.com or call (619) 557-0550.

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