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Metro Lofts Celebrates Model Grand Opening In Downtown San Diego

Monday, December 06, 2010 / Kovach Marketing

SAN DIEGO, CA – Bringing a cool new style to loft living and the opportunity to own a loft in downtown San Diego for as little as the mid $200,000s, Metro Lofts is celebrating its grand opening this month with the opportunity to tour two decorated models that showcase cutting-edge designs and features.


Each of Metro Lofts' 56 one-of-a-kind residences are located in five unique communities spread out over two of San Diego's most vibrant neighborhoods: the East Village/Ballpark area and Little Italy's art/design district. With its low prices, unbeatable locations, unique architecture and distinctive urban edge, Metro Lofts is one of the best values in downtown San Diego.


Metro Lofts is owned by a subsidiary of ST Residential, a world-class asset management company led by Greenwich, CT-based Starwood Capital Group (NYSE: STWD) and private-equity firm TPG of Fort Worth, TX, along with WLR LeFrak and Perry Capital.


Every Metro Loft is a unique inspiration envisioned by award-winning architect Jonathan Segal to tap into the dynamic pulse of urban life. Segal is a true master of creating comfortable spaces through efficient and resourceful design. While every loft is unique, all Metro Lofts reflect progressive design, urban flair and thoughtful use of space. Open, flexible  living spaces accommodate changing uses and ignite the creative spirit. Brand-new kitchens and baths are designed with retro charm.


“Metro Lofts are in a terrific section of San Diego,” says CEO Wade Hundley, who leads ST with 20 years of experience in various aspects of the real estate and hospitality businesses.  “We think the combination of the location with Segal’s design and the enhancements we have made to the property, will be viewed very positively by those looking for a great home in this part of town.”


Surrounded by trendy shops, grocery stores and bustling cafes and restaurants, Metro Lofts offers the utmost pedestrian-friendly convenience.


Little Italy is a big neighborhood with a small-town feel, teeming with local bistros, pubs, restaurants, coffee houses, quaint Italian delis and bakeries, boutiques, home design shops and art galleries along tree-lined India Street.


In East Village, residents will be able to walk to Petco Park to cheer on the San Diego Padres or explore the variety of restaurants, cafes, rooftop bars, boutique shops and live music venues both in the immediate neighborhood and in the trendy Gaslamp Quarter just a few blocks away. For shopping, Albertsons grocery store, Ace Hardware and CVS Pharmacy are just around the corner, and the expansive Horton Plaza shopping center spans nearly seven blocks and encompasses 130 brand-name stores and dining establishments.


Close to everything; far from ordinary. That's what home buyers will discover at Metro Lofts. To join in the grand opening celebration, travel I-5 south and take the Front Street exit toward Civic Center. Turn right on C Street, right on Union Street, left on Date Street and left on Kettner Boulevard. Metro Lofts will be on the left at 1601 Kettner Boulevard. For additional information, please call 619-546-7725 or visit  Follow Metro Lofts on Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.


About ST Residential

ST Residential leads a public-private partnership between the FDIC and a consortium of esteemed private-equity investors, and manages a nationwide condominium-construction project portfolio. Members of the private equity consortium include Starwood Capital, TPG, Perry Capital and WLR LeFrak. By managing its portfolio with an unmatched level of detail and tailoring projects to the communities they serve, the company strives to be the standard bearer for luxury condominium projects. For more information, visit  

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