CP-PRIVATE PARADISE RESORT HOME in the HEART of the CITY! JUST LISTED!!
Casa Paradiso is a one-of-a kind luxury resort home located in the heart of the city! We specifically designed our property for guests seeking a luxurious, unique, and memorable experience at a price that makes sense. Why stay at a hotel or an ordinary vacation rental when you can enjoy paradise at your own private resort!
AMAZING DEAL; NEWLY REMODELED 2BD HOME; CLOSE TO EVERYTHING!
This charming home is ideally located near all of San Diego’s main attractions. It features a cozy, open floor plan, brand new kitchen with granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances, and private tropical backyard with deck to enjoy the city lights! After a long day of being out and about in “America’s Finest City,” come back to all the comforts of your home-away-from-home!
LUXURY HILLTOP RETREAT IN THE CITY; NO EXPENSE SPARED; UNFORGETTABLE VIEWS!
Luxury city living at its best! This newly remodeled home has stunning 270 degree views of the city and San Diego Bay. No expense was spared with the high-end upgrades throughout the property. Jaw dropping!
BEST VALUE IN SD! NEW REMODEL; $1M VIEWS; GREAT LOCATION; AWARD WINNER; SEE REVIEWS
Located in the hills of San diego, you will feel like you are on top of the world.
The floor to ceiling bay windows offer 180 degree panoramic water view that will leave you saying “WOW”! Many guests have shared one of the highlights of their trip is relaxing in the cuddler lounge chair while reading a book and enjoying the magical sunsets over the bay.
Horton Plaza was the $140 million centerpiece of a downtown redevelopment project run by The Hahn Company, and is the first example of architect Jon Jerde’s so-called "experience architecture". When it opened in August 1985, it was a risky and radical departure from the standard paradigm of mall design. Its mismatched levels, long one-way ramps, sudden dropoffs, dramatic parapets, shadowy colonnades, cul-de-sacs, and brightly painted facades create an architectural experience in dramatic contrast to the conventional wisdom of mall management. Conventional malls are designed to reduce ambient sources of psychological arousal, so the customers’ attention is directed towards merchandise. By making the mall an attraction in itself, Jerde stood this model on its head.
Jerde’s project was based on Ray Bradbury’s essay "The Aesthetics of Lostness". In it he extolled the virtues of getting "safely lost" as adults inspired by side streets of Paris, London, or New York.
- Shopping Center
- 324 Horton Plaza
San Diego, California 92101
- (619) 239-8180
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