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‘Living at Breeza makes our lives richer’ — Pat and Debbie Kerins

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Luxurious bayfront living within San Diego’s Millionaire’s Row district of North Embarcadero is ideal location for second home buyers.

Buyers in the market for a second home in San Diego would do well to consider Breeza, the residential luxury mid-rise in the Millionaire’s Row district of North Embarcadero, according to very happy residents.
“Buying a second home at Breeza has made our life so much richer,” said Pat and Debbie Kerins, who purchased a luxury townhome in the development when it opened in 2009. “We love the neighborhood, and the views are phenomenal. We’re right in the heart of everything so we’re always exploring the city. We can walk all over the place or simply jump on the trolley. It’s the perfect place to get away from our day-to-day lives, and we love spending long weekends here.”
“Breeza is a great choice for a second home for people in LA/Orange County, and San Diego has long been a favorite place to escape the heat for folks living in places like Nevada and Arizona, or for those staying a step ahead of winter weather,” added Mike Chious, general sales and marketing manager of Intergulf Development Group, developer of Breeza. “Likewise, it’s a very cool option for business people who commute from other areas or frequently need to stay overnight in the city. Plus, our residences are exceptionally well priced considering their highly desirable location, and that makes them even more attractive to second home buyers.”
“We love to stroll over to Little Italy for lunch or dinner in the Gaslamp Quarter, head to Horton Plaza for some great shopping or to catch a show at the Civic Center. But hands down, the favorite part of our day is being at home, sitting on the terrace deck with a glass of wine and watching the sun go down. That’s when the views really come to life,” Debbie Kerins said.
Residents enjoy a fitness center and community room overlooking a scenic courtyard that includes lush, tropical landscaping, cascading waterfalls, a heated lap pool, Jacuzzi-style spa, sun deck and Roof Top Terrace for everyone to enjoy the fabulous San Diego Bay views. Breeza’s North Embarcadero location is also close to many of the city’s best restaurants, shopping and nightlife, with easy access to public transportation.
Floor plans range from 615 square feet for a one-bedroom, one bath, to 2,150 square feet for a two-bedroom plus media room, two baths. Prices start from the low $300,000s to $1.8 million for a penthouse. The Breeza development offers a range of homes from one bedroom one baths, to townhomes, all the way to spacious penthouses with views of San Diego Bay. Interiors include designer features such as granite kitchen countertops, stainless steel appliances, polished chrome faucets, acrylic soaker tubs and triple paned glass windows.
Developed by Intergulf Development Group and Lennar Urban, Breeza includes residential and retail space comprising 155 homes, three offices and four commercial spaces encompassing nine stories, as well as a gated entry and underground parking. The project also incorporates the historic Parron/Hall building. The classic San Diego landmark was constructed in 1909 for the San Diego Globe Grain & Milling Co.
For more than 24 years, Intergulf Development Group has built award-winning communities that respect and enhance the environment throughout the Pacific Northwest. In 1999, Intergulf entered the Southern California market with projects such as Treo@Kettner, LaVita and Alicante, which have been instrumental in revitalizing downtown San Diego. The company continues its commitment to superior leadership in the Southern California condominium market.
Lennar has been in the real estate development business for more than a half century, starting with homebuilding in 1954 and expanding to commercial development and management in 1969. The company is led by a proven management team with unique capabilities and extensive experience in all aspects of real estate development, including the highly specialized fields of military base conversion, large-scale community development and urban renewal communities.
Furnished models are now open. Sales appointments can be made by visiting the Breeza sales studio located onsite next to the lobby at 1431 Pacific Highway, M-108, San Diego, CA 92101, or calling (619) 234-8736. For more information, visit www.breezaliving.com.

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