Casa Cortez combines old world charm with beautifully remodeled apartments, all centered around a tranquil landscaped courtyard. You will enjoy granite …
Tustin, CA 92780
Each of the Knolls' two-story townhomes features a fully-equipped kitchen, ample closet space, wall-to-wall carpeting, one and one half baths, and a pr…
Orange, CA 92869
Creekview Senior Community has the three greatest features any apartment community can offer: location, location, location. Situated near shopping, ente…
Orange, CA 92866
2 Bedroom, 1.5 bath apartment for rent; expected availability time frame is the 15th of Dec but may be the as late as Jan 1, 2014.
orange, CA 92867
Overview of Riverside
Riverside apartments for rent provide Southern California residents with access to low real estate prices and loads of fresh citrus. The city is often considered the birthplace of the state's citrus production; however, Riverside was also named 2012's Intelligent Community of the Year by the Intelligent Community Forum. Downtown Riverside is not only home to more than a dozen historic sites, but is also considered to be the cultural and urban hub of the Inland Empire. With a very diverse population, the Downtown neighborhood is easy to get around on foot.
Living in Riverside
While looking for apartments in Riverside, you will take notice of the city's cultural expression. Residents are given many opportunities to take in live performances and check out a variety of museums and galleries in their down time. Visit the Botanic Gardens at the University of California, Riverside, for a breathtaking look into Southern California's natural beauty. You will also have plan trips to the World Museum of Natural History, Riverside Metropolitan Museum and Art Museum - just to name a few.
Eastside is the oldest neighborhood in Riverside and has the largest residential area. Many of these homes were built before the 1950s, making for unique Riverside apartments for rent. The nearby Riverside Marketplace reminds current residents of the city's citrus history and is now home to offices, retail shops and restaurants. Bobby Bonds Park provides the neighborhood with a pool and many sporting fields for recreational activities.
Riverside Apartments and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Riverside is 14.8 percent less than the California average, but 11.8 percent more than the national average. When looking at apartments for rent in Riverside, you will find that gas prices are 4.9 percent more than the national average.
Currently, the city is working with Habitat for Humanity in creating single-family homes that will be available to low income families. On the city's Housing Authority website, an up-to-date list of affordable Riverside apartments can be found.
Apartments in Riverside Work and Study
Those seeking out Riverside apartments for rent will find that it is both a financial and professional center. Located in the fastest growing county of California, Riverside has a large presence from the legal, accounting, architectural and engineering fields. Heavy on putting business first, the city of Riverside provides an atmosphere that is desirable for large and small businesses to create new jobs through their Business First Program.
Students of La Sierra University and the University of California, Riverside, will find both on-campus and neighborhood apartments in Riverside. The La Sierra neighborhood is a diverse neighborhood full of single-family homes and apartments that are great for students and roommates. The neighborhood is home to a variety of retail and dining options. On the other side of town, the University of California campus makes up the University neighborhood. Nearby neighborhoods - Eastside, Canyon Crest and Hunter Industrial Park - provide off-campus apartments for rent in Riverside to students of all demographics.
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