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Construction Completed at 1Mission Project in Mission Hills San Diego

1mission condos in mission hills san diegoTurner Construction has completed the 1Mission mixed-use project in the Mission Hills community. The project involved the restoration of a turn-of-the century commercial block and building a new five-story complex with 61 residential units residential and 25,000 square feet of retail space. 1Mission features 13 two-story townhomes with street-level entrances and 48 one-story homes. The complex has more than 30 different floor plans, ranging from one-bedroom, one-bath units, to three-bedroom, three-bath units that range from 1,057 to 2,671 square feet.

The homes have oversized windows, ceilings up to 19-feet high, walk-in closets, stainless steel appliances, gas cooktops, European-style cabinetry, Caesarstone counters and balcony decks up to 500 square feet. The mixed-use project also has gated underground parking with two side-by-side parking spaces per home. 1Mission includes a retail component along Goldfinch Street and a restored historic commercial block with street-level shops and restaurants on Washington Street.The project also has an urban garden with a pedestrian promenade. CLB Partners developed the project, and M.W. Steele Group and Spurlock Poirier Landscape Architects designed it.

For pricing and a private tour of this wonderful Mission Hills project, contact Todd Armstrong at www.ArmstrongEstates.com

1Mission is a five-story edifice that completes the renovation of Mission Hills' gateway block, at the corner of Washington and Goldfinch. 13 dramatic townhomes comprise the 1st and 2nd floors, while 48 single-story residences featuring 1 to 3 bedrooms occupy the 3rd, 4th, and 5th floors. Nearly all residences offer generous decks. The building frames a charming interior courtyard for the private use of 1Mission residents.

Prices range from $500,000s to $1.2 million

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsTodd Armstrong • January 23 2010 11:27AM

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