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With prices throughout Mission Valley being back at 2001 levels, if you enjoy the hassle-free condominium lifestyle, it's a great time to buy a Mission Valley condo to live in, retire in, or vacation in! You can enjoy everything that beautiful San Diego has to offer right from the central location of your Mission Valley condo!
One place to consider is Union Square, a gated condominium complex located in central Mission Valley. There are 130 units built in 1997, and ranging in size from 950 square feet to 1,345 square feet. Floor plans include 2/2, 2/3, and 3/3 (bedrooms/bathrooms). Amenities at Union Square include swimming pool, spa, and outdoor grills. Many of the units have a view of the San Diego River, and all units have in-unit laundries. Homeowners Association dues are $215 a month and include common area maintenance, landscaping, and limited insurance.
As of April 6, 2010, in Union Square, there was one unit for sale and two units in pending status:
$330,000 - 2/2 - 930 SF - active (short sale)
$359,000 - 2/2 - 950 SF - pending
$439,900 - 3/3 - 1,345 SF - pending
There has been only one unit sold in Union Square in 2010, a 2/3 with 1,090 SF which sold for $385,000.
Sales for prior years:
2009 - 5 units - $320,000 to $489,000
2008 - 7 units - $307,000 - $485,000
2007 - 6 units - $425,000 - $590,000
2006 - 10 units - $430,000 to $600,000
2005 - 9 units - $445,000 to $640,000
2004 - 7 units - $412,000 to $565,000
2003 - 11 units - $400,000 to $462,000
2002 - 16 units - $300,000 to $400,000
2001 - 11 units - $261,900 to $375,000
If you would like to be kept informed of any units in Union Square that come on the market, or if you'd like to visit any unit in the other 38 condominium complexes in Mission Valley, or a property anywhere in San Diego County, feel free to contact me.
Union Square is #34 on the Mission Valley map below. For information on the other complexes in Mission Valley, click on the map to go to my web site and then click on the same map there.
Information is deemed accurate and reliable but not guaranteed.
The central location of Mission Valley provides quick and easy access to Qualcomm Stadium, home of the San Diego Chargers, as well as world-class shopping and dining.
You can easily catch the San Diego Trolley at any of its many Mission Valley stations for points north, south, east, and west.
Throughout Mission Valley, you can find movie theaters, fine dining, nighttime entertainment, sports, indoor or outdoor fitness, all kinds of shopping, and a branch of the San Diego Public Library.
If you're a golfer, you'll enjoy the close proximity of Mission Valley condos to the Riverwalk Golf Course, Tecolote Canyon Golf Course, and for our many military personnel, the Admiral Baker Golf and Recreation Area.
The many paths along the San Diego River which runs through Mission Valley provide great opportunities for biking, skateboarding, roller blading, walking, or jogging.
From the central location of your Mission Valley condo:
Head north to see the harbor seals at La Jolla and the cave at La Jolla Cove, and enjoy unparalleled shopping and dining.
Just a few minutes south and you're in downtown San Diego where you can enjoy a San Diego Padres game at Petco Park, visit the USS Midway Museum, take a stroll along the Embarcadero, or shop at Seaport Village. Go a few minutes further south and enjoy the sights and sounds of Tijuana, Mexico!
Less than 30 minutes to the east and you're in the mountains of Alpine, and a little farther will take you to Lake Cuyamaca and Julian (stop in Julian and get a world-famous apple pie).
A short drive west will take you to Sea World, Fiesta Island, Mission Bay, and Mission Beach, where you can enjoy a ride on the Belmont Roller Coaster.
If you can't find things to do in Mission Valley, it probably means you're working too much! Take some time out to enjoy eveything that San Diego has to offer from your central Mission Valley condo location!
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