Price $0 to $7000 / month
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4066 Albatross Street

4066 Albatross Street, San Diego, 92103, CA

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4066 Albatross Street Description
Beautiful 2b/2ba + Parking in Hillcrest/Mission Hills - We are offering a recently updated 2br/2ba bath in Mission Hills. This desirable, controlled-access building is near UCSD Medical Center. We are situated a couple blocks to VONS grocery store, Lazy Acres organic products, dozens of cafes, boutique shopping and all the trendy restaurants Hillcrest and Mission Hills has to offer! The building is gated, has an elevator, on-site laundry and features beautifully kept landscaping.

This attractive apartment home now features a spacious floor plan with a large living room, luxury plank flooring, designer mirrored closet doors, newer appliances and much more. Includes one assigned parking space and water, sewer, trash are included.

No pets policy, assistive animals accepted.


Albatross Apartments

(619) 354-9145

All Applicants must have the following:

-Verifiable Monthly Income of 2.5 Times the Monthly Rent.

-Good Credit and Rental History.

-A Valid Drivers License or Identification.

Professionally managed by Torrey Pines Property Mgmt. Inc.

No Pets Allowed

Floor Plans
4066 Albatross Street is a 27-unit apartment complex featuring 1 to 2 Bed floorplans.
Layout Size Price
1 bed / 1 bath $1,475
2 bed / 2 bath $1,995
2 bed / 2 bath $2,045
* Prices, specials, and floorplan availability subject to change without notice
4066 Albatross Street Amenities
Pet Policy
Cats Not Allowed
Dogs Not Allowed
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Stanford, Claremont Colleges, Accenture, Pomona College
East Village rocks
Lower East Village is awesome -- cheaper, quieter than Gaslamp while still being extremely walkable and within range of everything good. Stay south of Broadway or even E/F for the nicer parts of town, and west of 11th. There are good places outside that range, but also a lot of low-income housing.
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North Park has it all!
The neighborhood is quiet, diverse, and full of charming craftsman style homes. Yet, despite the residential area's modest appeal, North Park is also home to some of the finest bars and restaurants in San Diego. The area is rapidly becoming a hub for slow food, craft beer, and new music. There's always something new brewing in North Park, but my guess is the warm, eclectic atmosphere will never change.
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Great place to live if you don't mind the bustle
This is the heart of the downtown scene. It's walking distance to anything you could need, whether it be groceries, shopping, restaurants, bars, or just a quiet park to hang out. the weekends can be a bit noisy, and traffic can get a backed up when big events are in town (eg Comic-Con), but all-in-all, it's invigorating to live where everyone else comes to play!
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Stanford, UVA, Bain & Company
Little Italy
Tons of amazing restaurants in the area. Short walk to Gaslamp but not touristy itself. Right off the 5 makes commuting easy. All Around great place to live.
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