An exterior view of The Park, Bankers Hill | Images courtesy a representative of Zephyr

ICYMI: Zephyr Completes The Park, Bankers Hill (SLIDESHOW)

Carrie Rossenfeld Residential & Mixed Use

Developer Zephyr has completed The Park, Bankers Hill, a 14-story mixed-used development in the Bankers Hill neighborhood of San Diego, according to a release from a representative of Zephyr. (See slideshow below.)

Hailed as a luxury development, The Park features an “exterior draped in book-matched Volakas marble sourced from Greece and floor-to-ceiling curtain walls allowing for soft natural light,” the statement says. Designed by “world-renowned architect firm Dialog,” the development includes 60 homes in an “exclusive environment.”

The Park contains 54 condominiums in the main tower and six two-story, street-level townhomes, the release says. The top two floors are occupied by four penthouses, each offering 90-degree views of the San Diego skyline, that range in size from 3,810 square feet to 4,905 square feet. The largest of the four penthouses has sold and is the highest recorded sale in Bankers Hill history, according to the release.

Amenities run wide and deep in the development. Each residence is roughly 2,300 square feet with more than 460 square feet of outdoor living space and views of Balboa Park, the Downtown skyline, San Diego Bay, Coronado, and Harbor Island, according to the release. Designer Lorena Gaxiola is responsible for the interior architecture, which includes a lobby with marble flooring, three-dimensional walnut wood walls (with each piece hand-placed by Gaxiola), and a sculptural glass and wood staircase, the release says. Also featured, according to the statement, are a temperature-controlled wine-storage room with 48 lockers that can hold either 12 or 27 bottles; a private owner’s club room with a luxury kitchen and bar; an outdoor patio with negative-edge pool, spa lounge area, and fire features; and two furnished hotel-style guest suites that homeowners can reserve for guests at no added cost.

Privacy features include direct-access elevators in most units. Natural materials, DuChateau wood flooring, glass walls and quartz countertops are optional, says the release. Other luxury features include gourmet kitchens, temperature-controlled wine refrigerators, marble-clad master bathrooms with large soaking tubs, and master bedrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows.

Fifty percent of the homes at The Park are now sold and closings have begun, but homes still available for purchase range in price from $1.25 million to $4.9 million, the release says.

The Park is also home to two retail tenants and is close to Balboa Park.