SAN DIEGO, Sept. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Broadstone North Park is welcoming new residents home in the highly sought-after North Park neighborhood of San Diego and embracing the exploding arts and music scene with a variety of unexpected amenities and curated local experiences. In addition, Broadstone Makers Quarter is leasing smackdab in the midst of East Village's master-planned Makers Quarter district, surrounded by an array of impressive retail and restaurant tenants such as 10 Barrel Brewing and Punch Bowl Social. These two communities are the latest luxury Broadstone apartments brought to Southern California by developer Alliance Residential Company.
Broadstone North Park Being named one of "America's Hippest Hipster Neighborhoods" by Forbes Magazine, "Best Neighborhood of San Diego" by San Diego CityBeat Magazine and "Pulsing with Eclec-tricity" by The New York Times has brought serious attention to this former hidden gem of a neighborhood. However, there wasn't any institutional apartment supply in the area until Broadstone North Park offered residents the full package: high-end designs, walkable location, unmatched amenities and a professional management company to ensure a high level of service. Broadstone North Park provides convenient access to other popular neighborhoods, retail, entertainment, parks, museums, the renowned San Diego Zoo and employment centers.
"Broadstone North Park brought together all the things that make North Park the popular and energetic community it is, added high-end conveniences and service along with resort-style amenities to create the home that residents of North Park have always dreamed of," says Michael Wilborn, managing director of development for Alliance Residential Company. "Demand for Broadstone North Park has been enthusiastic and tells us that residents will enjoy their one-of-a-kind home with people who also love everything about North Park."
Broadstone North Park provides its residents with amenities that no other multifamily community in the neighborhood does: gated underground parking; beautiful pool deck and spa; Chargepoint car charging stations, the Wheel House bike repair and storage space; spacious indoor/outdoor clubhouse with games, VendiBean coffee machine and kegerator; rooftop patio with unmatched views of downtown San Diego; dog washing station; bike storage and repair shop; package concierge system; and private dining and meeting rooms.
High-end interiors include spacious patios in every unit, MP3 doorbells, two custom-designed color schemes, wine refrigerators, stainless Energy Star appliances, full-size washer and dryer, large entertaining kitchens with full-height backsplash and quartz slab counters, and even secret dog/cat bowl drawers in some units.
Broadstone Makers Quarter Designed to connect with the tastes of downtown residents and serve as a catalyst for urban growth, the 265-unit, seven-story apartment community and surrounding master-planned neighborhood are inspired by the Maker Movement — a term used to describe the community's effort to leverage the power of technology, shared resources, and open-source learning to create original art, music and wares.
"The Makers Quarter district lies at the intersection of San Diego's hippest neighborhoods, best attractions, and most convenient transit, and we loved this location because of what it offers residents — a culture of community that clearly distinguishes it from the transient tourism and hustle-and-bustle found at competing locations in the Gaslamp District and other areas of East Village," said Jonas Bronk, managing director of Development. "Broadstone Makers Quarter is the place for modern makers, innovators, entrepreneurs and curators. The 'Maker' spirit is rooted in an effort to enable people to become conscientious contributors to society, rather than mere consumers."
In step with this namesake, Broadstone Makers Quarter offers resident educational courses — including painting, jewelry-making, basket-weaving and other artisan skills — plus amenities intended to foster a sense of learning by doing. Residents are privy to the Music Jam Studio, the DIY Room and an abundance of spaces to work/study, including artist block nooks with drafting tables, and a conference room with Surface Tablet, plus a fully-outfitted gym with Peloton bikes for a different kind of work. Resident offerings also include a bike repair shop, and an alluring pool and spa with open air pavilion and community kitchen (featuring an EVO circular cooktop and chef's table for 10).
Green and transportation features include Tesla and Chargepoint car charging stations, solar panels powering 65 percent of community spaces, a bike and scooter sharing program and easy access to FRED, the free ride system. Inspirational features are also infused throughout the community, to include a custom mural wall by local artists Chris Konecki and Carly Ealey, and a conveyor belt art installation.
Aligning with the notion of being a conscientious contributor is the community's partnership with Urban Angels, a non-profit formed to nourish and provide food for the homeless in San Diego, providing an easy outlet for their residents to get involved.
Interior amenities rely on subtly crafted details to create the warmth of home across three distinct palettes. Certain homes feature industrial-style concrete floors and exposed ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, views of San Diego Bay, Sonos, MP3 programmable doorbells, under-counter wine fridges with dual temperature control and the Latch keyless entry system.
Both communities offer a range of floor plans, including studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, multi-level penthouse residences and townhomes. Leasing ranges from $1,999 to $5,500 at Broadstone Makers Quarter and from $2,150 to $4,800 at Broadstone North Park.
Broadstone North Park and Broadstone Makers Quarter are also partnering with some amazing musicians, artists and businesses to deliver an experiential lifestyle unlike any other community. Along with the local brews – a big draw for residents – Broadstone North Park has joined with local music favorites The Casbah and Vinyl Junkies to host the Sonic San Diego summer concert series through October and is collaborating with art gallery Franco Moragrega for an experiential gallery. Broadstone Makers Quarter is celebrating its upcoming grand opening by hosting San Diego's first-ever iteration of NERO48, Tijuana's famed cross-border art and design pop-up shop. To learn more about the communities and the event line-up, visit BroadstoneMQ.com and BroadstoneNP.com.