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Bosa's Pacific Gate is Redefining Luxury Living in San Diego

Downtown's first "super prime" building epitomizes social waterfront living



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Pacific Gate by Bosa

Cities on the international stage offer beauty, culture, and authentic lifestyle combined with a thriving business sector. These cities are further distinguished by Super Prime residential real estate, which is defined by location, breathtaking views, iconic architecture, exquisite interior design, and exceptional amenities and services.

In one of the boldest architectural statements Downtown San Diego has ever seen, Pacific Gate, the latest luxury residential building located at the emerging gateway to the city, will be the first Super Prime building to arrive Downtown.

Pacific Gate redefines Downtown San Diego’s skyline with its architecture, and evolves luxury residential living by applying the Super Prime “lens” to curate the best Southern California offering.

Pacific Gate residents will have access to amenities that have been curated especially for luxury waterfront living in Southern California and designed to enhance a resident’s lifestyle. Pacific Gate will offer its residents use of a private boat share program, as well as a luxury car fleet, chef concierge services, a 24 hour attended lobby and porter services. Other features include a double height residents’ lounge with full kitchen, screening room, conference/meeting room, business center, a guest suite, fitness center, steam/sauna room, pool terrace, poolside cabanas and an outdoor pet retreat.

Nat Bosa, president and founder, states, “We found that our buyer values time over anything else and that led us to create amenities and services that allow our owners to maximize the quality time they have to spend with their friends and family or to conduct business. We are evolving luxury condominium living in Downtown through the best and most thoughtful services and amenities that mean the most to our owners.”

Pacific Gate’s curated services and amenities have contributed to its success with less than 100 residences remaining. Pacific Gate still has a great selection of residences and views to choose from with a completion anticipated for late 2017.

Pacific Gate will be 41 stories tall and contains 215 residences ranging from 1,276 to 2,608 square feet. Two-bedroom residences are priced from the $1.1 millions and three-bedroom Estates are priced from the $2.8 millions.

The building is designed by renowned New York-based architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox, who created a landmark design that will evolve the San Diego skyline. Interiors are designed by industry-leading Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA).

Each residence features expansive windows, bright open layouts and breathtaking views. The residences will feature HBA custom-designed kitchens and kitchen hardware, quartz counter tops and state-of-the-art appliances. Spacious master bathrooms are complete with polished stone floors and stone mosaic walls, and an invigorating immersion shower system. Additionally, Smart Home technology allows residents to automate environmental controls through their phone or tablet.


The Sales Gallery, located at 700 First Avenue at the corner of G Street, is open daily from 11am to 5pm. To learn more, visit www.PacificGatebyBosa.com or call 619.795.3612.

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