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- San Bernardino
Featured Apartments in California
Welcome to Fair Oaks West!
Sunnyvale CA, 94086
Adjacent to Pleasant Hill Bart. Close to downtown Walnut Creek. Easy Freeway Access.
Walnut Creek CA, 94597
Two Exceptionally Large Swimming Pools...Outdoor BBQ/picnic Area...5 Jet-Streamed Spas...
Riverside CA, 92503
The Arches Apartments in Sunnyvale, CA are located near the Ace and VTA Lightrails, right off Hwy 101 and I-280.
Sunnyvale CA, 94089
At Colony Townhomes in Canyon Country, our Santa Clarita apartments provide residents with a charming yet intimate community.
Canyon Country CA, 91387
Resort Style-Living / Spacious Floorplans / Convenient Citrus Heights Location!
Citrus Heights CA, 95610
Stonegate at Towngate is ideally located at the corner of Towngate and Memorial Way. Stonegate's convenient location offeres easy access to the 60 and the 215. With Moreno Valley Mall and all your favorite restaurants just around the corner! Stonegate offers affordable luxury at a location you'll love!
Moreno Valley CA, 92553
Academy Village offers easy access to 170 and 134. Close to WB and Universal Studios. Shopping nearby in Burbank, Studio City or Sherman Oaks.
North Hollywood CA, 91601
Spacious, Contemporary Townhomes with Remodeled Interiors, Huge Patios...Great Location- with Easy Freeway Access and Commute to all areas in San Diego... Pet Friendly.
San Diego CA, 92123
Experience urban living, and modern luxury for any lifestyle at Oceano Warner Center.
Woodland Hills CA, 91367
Whether you're moving to California for a new job, a new tan or a new way of life, you're bound to find great apartments for rent and a Cali lifestyle that makes you want to shout the state motto, "Eureka!" (Greek for "I have found it").
What to Expect
California is a place of stark contrasts: The landscape runs the gamut from desert to ocean to mountain, green valleys to skyscrapers, sand to redwood forests, vineyards to office parks and everything in between. In the same day, if you're up for a drive, you can travel from hot, sandy Death Valley, the lowest point of the continental U.S., to cold, snowy Mount Whitney, the highest peak, with a stop in lush, gorgeous wine country along the way.
The diversity of the landscape and the lifestyle ensures a wide range of apartment rentals in various styles and price ranges. There truly is something for everyone in California, if you know what you want and you know where to look.
Where to Explore
While California offers many fine places to search for apartments, San Francisco and Los Angeles are two of the most popular cities to move to. Each city comprises diverse neighborhoods and attractions would fill several books—and has!—but here is a brief overview of what you'll find in these two unique cities:
San Francisco Apartments The city by the bay, as San Francisco is known, is a cultural mecca famous for excellent restaurants, Victorian architecture, cable cars, rolling fog and the majestic Golden Gate Bridge. The city's expansive public transportation system makes it easy to get around without a car—a good thing, since parking can be difficult. Considering that the city is built on 43 hills, it's no wonder that the city streets are steep and curvy. If a spectacular view is what you're looking for, San Francisco's apartments have some of the finest.
San Francisco's numerous neighborhoods each have their own architecture and local flavor, and this often applies to their apartment rentals too: Many artists call Bernal Heights home. The gay-friendly Castro district hosts numerous cafes and an active nightlife. The Mission is traditionally known as the Latino quarter of the city and is home to artists and families. North Beach, famous for being the home of the Beat generation, is the city's Italian-American neighborhood&mdahs;and a great place to go for coffee. Cole Valley, near the historic Haight, features great restaurants and is popular among families and young professionals. Living in Pacific Heights means living near multi-million-dollar mansions and having great views of the bay.
Los Angeles Apartments Despite what is depicted on TV, Los Angeles is more than just beaches, Beverly Hills and botoxed beauties. This large city is made up of dozens of varied communities and no true center, so you can create a lifestyle for yourself as rich as those you see in Hollywood movies. The one constant in this city, regardless of where you're looking for apartment rentals, is the need for a car. while there are buses and a subway system, a car is needed to enjoy all that the city has to offer.
The city's downtown is a growing area of lofts, luxury apartments and businesses, and is also home to many of the city's museums, theaters and historic landmarks. Hollywood defines the city for the millions of tourists who flock to the Walk of Fame and Mann's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. West Hollywood features the Sunset Strip, a stretch of Sunset Boulevard showcasing the city's hottest nightclubs and live-music venues, and is also the center of the city's gay and lesbian community. Family-friendly Santa Monica and funky, artsy Venice feature apartments looking out over popular beaches and the vast Pacific Ocean.
When you're looking for Los Angeles-area apartments for rent, don't forget about the San Fernando Valley, known as "The Valley" to locals. Valley girls and boys enjoy warmer temperatures and cheaper rents on apartments than in many other areas of the city, as well as a more suburban lifestyle. For a cross between the quiet neighborhoods of The Valley and the fun in the sun of a beach community, explore apartments in the South Bay, which includes Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach and Manhattan Beach.
What to Evaluate
The diversity that these two cities offer will make you want to consider the kind of lifestyle that suits you best. While you look for apartments, keep in mind that rent ranges can vary drastically, depending on the area and type of environment you choose, so you may have to broaden your search to include more affordable options. Whichever area you choose, you're bound to find a way to make your California dreamin'. become a reality!