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Featured Apartments in Milpitas, CA
Mill Creek is located close to I-880, 680, 237 and 101. Live at Mill Creek and experience all the great culture only found in San Francisco Bay.
Milpitas CA, 95035
Brand New! Now Leasing! Located in Murphy Ranch next to Cisco, Sandisk, Avaya and more. Pet friendly welcoming cats and dogs (some breed restrictions). Shopping and public transit nearby!
Milpitas CA, 95035
Caring Professional On-Site Management Team, Comfortable Community and Convenient, Desirable Location...
Milpitas CA, 95132
Convenient location just 3 miles from downtown... Enjoy soothing courtyard ponds and fountains... Lavish vaulted ceilings, walk-in closets and oversized patios...
Milpitas CA, 95133
Don't Just Move - Move Up! Washer & Dryer in Apt! - Best Area! You'll love this Apt! ...
Milpitas CA, 94539
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Overview of Milpitas
Home to more than 67,000 people, the city of Milpitas, Calif., is a great place to call home. Milpitas is located just 10 miles from downtown San Jose and 47 miles from San Francisco. Situated directly at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, this beautiful waterfront city is home to an affluent and diverse group of people. The median resident age here is about 36, making Milpitas a great community for raising a family. Those searching for Milpitas apartments for rent will appreciate the community's Bay Area location, high quality of life and suburban vibe.
Living in Milpitas, CA
More than 36 percent of Milpitas residents hold bachelor's degrees. According to the city's website, Milpitas is home to a variety of affluent communities. More than 65 percent of local households have an annual income greater than $75,000, and according to City-Data, the median household income here is more than $25,000 greater than the California average.
However, those searching for Milpitas rentals should also keep in mind that Bay Area living costs are notoriously high. Milpitas' cost of living index is 136.4, which is 36.4 percent higher than the national average, according to City-Data. Residents may be able to save some dollars by taking advantage of the many employment options within the city. City-Data states that Milpitas' population grows by almost 19,000 people on workdays due to commuting. The mean travel time to work here is 24 minutes.
Milpitas Attractions and Special Events
Thanks to its suburban qualities, Milpitas boasts numerous and recreational activities. The city's 31 parks cater to people from all backgrounds and walks of life. Twenty-four tennis courts, a dog park, aquatics center, a cultural arts and theater center, and seniors' and children's activities make Milpitas a fun and all-inclusive community. Milpitas is also located close to Ed Levin County Park, a 1,541-acre park that offers picnicking, fishing, hiking and wildlife watching.
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