Located in North Orange County, Fullerton is comprised of working class and business professionals who have seen their city transformed from old architectural styles to upgraded designs for work and play. Life in Fullerton affords residents many entertainment and lifestyle benefits of larger cities without crowds and expensive price tags. Whether you choose to live, work or play in downtown; you will experience a progressive community who enjoy culture and a lifestyle of discriminating tastes.
Apartments in Downtown Fullerton include old and new structures that appeal to simple and elaborate tastes. While one bedroom apartments generally start out around $1500 a month, larger apartments with two bedrooms can cost anywhere from $2,200 to $3,200. If your preference is a simpler lifestyle and your needs are small, older units may appeal to you. If you are a busy individual who enjoys the benefit of added amenities, newer facilities may appeal to you.
Downtown Fullerton possesses a range of rich, international foods. Travel to Europe without ever leaving the city with tastes from Italy, the Greek Isles and the Far East. IL Ghiotto and the Tuscany Club are two of the most popular hotspots within the city and offer the best in Italian fine dining.
If you are looking for a more family-friendly environment, downtown Fullerton is convenient to Disneyland, California Adventure and Knots Berry Farm. If shopping is your thing, downtown Fullerton is home to small boutiques, consignment and "one-of-a-kind" shops where you will find vintage and custom clothing along with accessories to personalize your apartment home.
Practically all Downtown Fullerton apartments welcome pets, so now all that's left is to find the perfect pet friendly places! Pooch Park is the premiere neighborhood hangout for dogs of all sizes. There are also several pet friendly facilities that cater to everything from emergency care and grooming to retail pet supply.
Downtown Fullerton is central to the 5, 91 and 57 freeways that border the city and serve as major thoroughfares to Los Angeles, San Diego and many cities throughout the state. The Metrolink also runs through Downtown Fullerton and boasts a 500 mile rail system. It services nearly 60 cities to the north, south, east, and west while providing convenient travel times that easily accommodate any schedule.
The Fullerton School District ranks among top districts in the county. There are 165 schools of which 46 are private. Some of the awards received include the California Distinguished School, Golden Bell and Title One High Achieving Schools award. Five neighborhood schools received a perfect 10 according to the Great Schools ranking. They include Acacia, Beechwood, Laguna and Fisler Elementary schools.