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A look at Plaza Del Sol

By May 11, 2006

Plaza Del Sol

This afternoon I stopped by the Plaza Del Sol sales office to check things out. The buildings were originally built in 1993 and have 81 units, 27 of which have been sold already (they went on sale 5 days ago). Prices start at $221,950 for a 450 square foot studio and go up to $471,950 for a 2 bed/2 bath (and prices have already been adjusted upwards for some units since opening). Since it’s a conversion you can move in pretty fast, their close is only 30 days.

I toured a bunch of rooms and I have to say I was pretty impressed. The floor plans on anything 620+ square feet is pretty nice, finish level is high, views are good though subject to disappear when other developments spring up. Units come with a parking spot (or two). However, you have to buy your own washer and dryer (they have a package available for $1500) and the stove tops are electric, not gas. But they do have gas fireplaces. HOA is $0.23/square foot which is very low, so expect those to go up within a year of moving in.

Here are some photos I took. They’re not all from the same unit but should give you a feel for the finishes none the less.

And we hate the name Plaza Del Sol, so we’re now referring to it as ‘The Plaza’.

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