Welcome to Parco

NEW 3-BEDROOM APARTMENTS

Parco National City Offers

Traditional
Furnished
& CoLiving
Rental Options

A style that suits you

Parco is brand-new construction built in 2021.

Welcome to Parco, National City's newest traditional, furnished, and coliving apartment community. Our furnished studio and coliving apartments minimize cost and maximize convenience while our traditional studio, 1, and 2-bedroom homes give you the freedom to personalize as you see fit. See a breakdown of our offerings below, and always feel free to call, text, or send a message to our friendly leasing team to schedule an in-person or virtual tour of your new home at Parco.

Community Features:

  • • Built in 2021
  • • Co-work space
  • • Rooftop laundry and game room
  • • Lounge area with outdoor fireplace
  • • Roof deck with firepit and BBQ area
  • • City and mountain views in select apartments
  • • Private terraces/balconies in select apartments
  • • Parking may be available (additional fee applies)
  • • Units feature high ceilings, expansive windows, and wood-inspired floors
  • • 2 full community kitchens (available by reservation for private events)

Apartment Features

  • Pet Policy Type: Cat, Dogs
  • Max Number of Pets: 2
  • Other Pets Allowed:
    Pets are welcome in our furnished studio and traditional studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments. Pets are not allowed in our coliving units. Please contact us to learn more about details, fees, and breed restrictions.

Parking & Transit

  • Parking Type: Other
  • Parking Comment: Parking may be available for an additional fee. Please inquire with your leasing agent for more information. Nearby public transit options: • Blue Line Trolley is just two blocks away • Bus lines • Bayshore Bikeway

An Array of Options

CoLiving: To filter by our CoLiving units, select the ONE BEDROOM filter below and look for our 3-Bedroom CoLiving Rowhome, 3-Bedroom CoLiving Suite, or 4-Bedroom CoLiving Rowhome. The floor plan will show one bedroom highlighted in blue; this is the bedroom that corresponds to that floor plan's availability. 

Our coliving units feature: 

  • A single bedroom in one of our 3 or 4-bedroom rowhomes
  • Fully furnished interiors, making move-in day a breeze. 
  • Rent, utilities, and internet in one simple monthly payment
  • Weekly housekeeping services and paper goods/supplies restocking included in your rental rate.

Pets aren't allowed in our coliving apartments, but we know you and your animal friends will be right at home in one of our furnished studios or traditional studio, 1, or 2-bedroom apartments. 


Furnished Studios: To filter by our Furnished Studios, select the STUDIO filter below and look for our Furnished units. 

Our furnished studio units feature:

  • Fully furnished interiors (go figure), with a wall bed, television, and kitchen island.
  • Permission to keep up to 2 pets.

Traditional Units: To filter by our Traditional Units, select the STUDIO, ONE BEDROOM, or TWO BEDROOM filters and look for our Traditional units.

Our traditional studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units feature:

  • Furniture decorating freedom, so you can go minimal, maximal, or anywhere in between.
  • Several layout options; with garden-style, flats, rowhomes, and townhomes available, we're sure to have something that suits you.
  • Permission to keep up to 2 pets.
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National City is an authentic and welcoming urban neighborhood in San Diego with a rich history spanning over a century. With innovative local businesses, endearing historical sites, and accessible outdoor recreation, National City blends the best traits of San Diego with an identity all its own.


Parks & Recreation

Only a few blocks from Parco is Kimball Park, our residents’ favorite local greenspace and rec area, with a skatepark, baseball diamonds, and basketball courts within park limits, plus plenty of open grassy space to walk the dog, catch up on a book, or simply kick back and enjoy our famous southern California weather. Just down the street, Paradise Creek Education Park boasts just under 14,000 square feet of space dedicated to community enrichment, including an educational native plant walk with interpretive signage, community garden, bioretention areas for treatment of urban storm water runoff, and a cistern to collect and recycle rainwater. Whether you’re a fitness buff, urban explorer, or you just want to take in the views, Bayshore Bikeway is a great place to start; this 24-mile bicycle circuit circles San Diego Bay, with restaurants, breweries, and views galore. Whether it takes you 2 hours or 2 months to make it through mile 24, the Bayshore Bikeway is a must-see for locals and visitors alike. 


History

Incorporated in 1887, National City is the second oldest city in San Diego County. Accompanying this history are some characteristically antique architectural displays, many of which are centered around National City’s founders, Frank Kimball and his brothers Warren and Levi. The Frank Kimball Museum was once the residence of Frank Kimball, and despite being moved from its original location and altered from its original state in 1868, it’s still a wonderful example of early Californian architecture. Frank Kimball didn’t stop at his home residence; in 1887, Kimball constructed 10 Philadelphian-style rowhomes with the hope that they would catch the eye of Santa Fe Railroad executives. These gorgeous heritage rowhomes are still standing today, known as Brick Row on Heritage Square. If you're new to the area or you simply haven't had a chance to delve into the history of National City, these local treasures truly define what it means to be a part of the community of National City. 


Local Businesses

We don't use the term "one-stop shop" lightly, but if you're looking for food & drink, Big Ben Specialty Market, located next door to Parco, is about the closest thing you can get to one, with locally-sourced produce & meats plus craft beer, wine, specialty products, and an in-house restaurant and grill. Looking for more options? Simply cross the street to Market on 8th and be met with a 9,000-square-foot public market and beer garden composed of 12 food vendors and 2 retail outlets, including (but not limited to) Indonesian, Thai, Japanese, Mexican, Louisianan, and Filipino cuisines, to name just a few. Just next door to Market on 8th is the famous Niederfrank's Ice Cream, proud to make their ice cream by the "most antique, inefficient, outdated and expensive process in the world" (their words, not ours). The result: an ice cream as luxurious and delicious as it was when Elmer Niederfrank first opened his streetfront ice cream parlor in 1948. Round out your local food tour by heading two blocks away to Napoleone's Pizza House, because we all know there are no rules about having pizza after you eat ice cream. 

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  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed