ICON Condominiums is in the heart of Downtown San Diego, overlooking the Padres’ baseball stadium. This 24-story, Type I residential project includes four distinct, vibrantly colored towers and comprises 327 dwelling and live/work units, commercial spaces, shared amenity spaces, courtyards and three levels of subterranean parking. Design inspiration was taken partially from the historic Carnation Dairy Factory, existing on-site, which was rehabilitated and incorporated into the design. Warehouse-style elements are reimagined and integrated throughout, such as, large concrete structural frames, saw-tooth rooflines and industrial materials.
Amenities include a variety of common areas with a particular focus on sports lovers including a 1700sf Fitness center professionally equipped for all levels of training and conditioning. The rooftop skybox provides direct views into the ballpark and breathtaking panoramas of the city and harbor.
Veronica Hinkley Reck was a Project Manager/Project Architect for the full project, overseeing the design and coordination of all 327 units including layout, finishes, all MEP work and the unit lighting design. Additionally she designed and administered the construction of the residential sales office that showcased a typical full-scale model unit with a realistic panorama of San Diego to highlight the amazing setting for perspective buyers.