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Features

ICON INTERIOR FEATURES

Beautifully coordinated designer finishes throughout, ICON interiors include:

  • Wood flooring included in kitchen; easy-care Coronet carpet comes standard in bedrooms and living areas. Sealed concrete (first floor) in live/work spaces
  • Designer-selected color palette for each Interior Finish Scheme
  • KitchenAid Architect Series stainless steel appliances, with refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, gas oven range with stainless backsplash. Click for photo
  • Under-mounted sinks in kitchen and baths with designer-selected fixtures and accessories
  • Porcelain or engineered marble bath flooring (most plans)
  • Double vanities in master baths with custom, floating backlit mirror treatment (most plans)
  • Exposed interior concrete structural elements (per plan)
  • 9’ ceiling heights in flats and townhomes, and dramatic 14’ – 17’ elevations in lofts, work/live spaces and townhomes
  • Interior laundry hook-ups
  • Thermostatically controlled individual heating and A/C
  • Spacious covered terraces (most plans)

COMMUNITY AMENITIES

The enviable community amenities at ICON reflect the true urban living experience, and have created an active social lifestyle and connect residents to each other and to Downtown San Diego:

  • The ICON Skybox, San Diego’s first rooftop stadium and viewing terrace with barbeques, direct views into PETCO Park and breathtaking panoramic views of San Diego Harbor, Coronado, downtown and Balboa Park. Click for photo
  • The courtyard-level 5th Inning Lounge, which features a full kitchen, plasma screen TV and lounge-style seating. Click for photo
  • The ICON Theater with raised seating and a state-of-the-art 135-inch high definition screen. Click for photo
  • The 1,700 sq. ft, professionally equipped Fitness Center for all levels of co-ed fitness training and conditioning. Click for photo
  • The 10th Ave lobby features beautiful Shoji screens, created by renowned Japanese company Tategu no Endo, which are the largest Shoji screens ever made by the company. Click for photo
  • The absolute sanctuary of an inner courtyard featuring two large-scale wind-animated sculptures for the inner courtyard by Ned Kahn, “Confluence,” a kinetic sculpture by John Tyler and four life-size human figures from “Celebrations,” a ceramic sculpture by Marc Chatterley. Click for photo
  • Two controlled-access lobbies with 24-hour community attendant staffing, and on-site property manager
  • Controlled-access subterranean garage with 3 levels of parking
  • Convenient trash chutes on each residential floor

EXTERIOR FEATURES

By preserving the original facade of the Carnation Building and blending its historic influence with modernist design, ICON has created a dramatic visual statement in East Village. Exterior features include:

  • Four distinct and vibrantly colored towers with unique architectural designs and lifestyle options
  • Dramatic roof lines on two of the four buildings
  • Striking open-air lobby at 11th Avenue entrance
  • Dynamic retail, commercial and live/work venues on the ground floor

In an effort to continuously improve our features, the developer reserves the right to change or modify plans, materials, specifications without notice. Variations in floorplans and drawings do exist and are approximations. Square footages are approximations and vary, and are based on architectural measurements. Renderings are artists conceptions and may differ from finished product. If you have any questions regarding the above, please discuss with your sales representative.

10/22/07