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Unfurnished, Apartment, Will consider pet, Studio, 1 Bath, Flexible lease, Carpet Floors, Parking included, pool, laundry on site, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, balcony, patio, controlled access building, air conditioner, Community Amenities: Within 0.5 mi. of bus line(s), Near Public Transportation, Hair Salon, Internet-Ready Business Center, State of the Art Fitness Center, Limited Access Gated Entry, Available Billiard and Ping-Pong Tables, Sand Volleyball Court, Dog Friendly Apartments Available, Recycling bins located throughout the community, Award-Winning Property Management Staff, Lighted Tennis and Basketball Courts, 40-Person Whirlpool Spa, Large On-Site Laundry Facilities, Executive conference room, Lush Garden Courtyards, Picnic Area including Barbecues, Complimentary Poolside WiFi, Flexible Lease Terms Available, *Dishwashers Available in Select Homes*, Spacious Open Closets featuring, Mirrored Closet Doors, Assigned Parking Available with Every Apartment Home, Open, Flowing Floor plans Featuring Separate Living and Dining Area, Fully Equipped Gourmet Kitchens Including Garbage Disposal High Speed Internet Available, Patio or Balcony, Walk-In Closets Available on Select Apartment Homes, 405 sqft $1,500.00 AND UP,
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About Mission Bay
Mission Bay is an area of San Diego comprised of a lagoon (Mission Bay) and an immense park (Mission Bay Park). It is located just a few miles north of the San Diego Bay and borders several neighborhoods, among them Pacific Beach, Bay Park, Morena, and the Midway District. Mission Bay is probably best understood as a gigantic aquatic playground; it attracts runners, skateboarders, and beach-goers, sailors, campers, and swimmers, cyclists, golfers, and fishers—you name it. The area is home to the world-famous SeaWorld animal theme park and oceanarium, so as you might imagine, it attracts a significant amount of tourism.

It is difficult to get around Mission Bay by walking—though walking for leisure is certainly common there—but cycling about the area is eminently practical. The 5 and 8 freeways converge at the neighborhood's southeast terminus; these are your best bet for heading out into other areas of San Diego County.
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