The rent at The Lofts at 655 Sixth Apartments ranges from $1,400 for a studio to a $3,250 three bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 7% more expensive than the Core-Columbia average.
The Lofts at 655 Sixth Apartments is a six minute walk from the Blue Line and the Orange Line at the Fifth Avenue Station stop.
This apartment is in the Core-Columbia neighborhood in San Diego. Nearby parks include Morley Field Dog Park and Hiking, Colina Park Golf Course and Balboa Stadium.
The Lofts at 655 Sixth Apartments has a Walk Score of 97 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include Garfield High School, Newschool of Architecture & Design and Metro Region Community School.
The closest grocery stores are Jimbo's... Naturally, Horton Square Farmers Market and Eight & Market LLC.
Nearby coffee shops include Cafe 21, Zanzibar Cafe and Ideal Hotel, A Project of Red Lotus Society. There are 262 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Sushi Den, Panevino and The Counter.
The Lofts at 655 Sixth Apartments is near Sempra Energy Headquarters, University of San Diego and Point Loma Nazarene University.
There are good bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. The Lofts at 655 Sixth Apartments is very bikeable, biking is convenient for most trips.
The Lofts at 655 Sixth offer an edgy urban twist to apartment residences, fronting all the action San Diego has to offer. While within close proximity of the thriving downtown San Diego metropolis, 655 Sixth maintains its savvy style setting itself apart from all others and speaking to the who's who of San Diego as the most enviable place to live. With the best restaurants, the hottest venues, and the hippest galleries just a few blocks away, the Lofts at 655 Sixth provide quick access to all San Diego destinations including: Petco Park, Horton Plaza, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego Symphony, San Diego Zoo, Little Italy, Coronado, La Jolla and Seaport Village. 655 is the most sought-after living location for San Diego's elite.