Tucked along the northern coast of San Diego County, the quaint community of Solana Beach is the perfect distance away from a major metropolis for convenience, but far enough away for a peaceful lifestyle. With San Diego just about 30 minutes away, residents can easily travel to work and then return to their beachside homes by Interstate 5, Highway 101, Lomas Santa Fe Drive, or Via de la Valle, or take advantage of a train station that serves Amtrak and the North County Transportation Department Coaster train.
If the amenities aren't attractive enough for someone looking at Solana Beach apartments for rent, the stunning weather sure will. The average temperature is 62 in the winter and 77 in the summer. According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, approximately 13,000 people live in Solana Beach.
Shortly after the Mexican-American War, California was admitted into the Union and early Mexican landowners dominated the population of Solana Beach. It wasn't until the construction of the Lake Hodges Dam in 1918 that the population began to increase greatly. The growth of the region was stifled by several economic depressions, but today it ranks among the top prosperous markets.
Residents in Solana Beach apartments may find employment in one of the top employers in the area, including the U.S. Department of Defense, North Island Naval Air Station/Naval Base Coronado, and Sharp Healthcare. With high property values and a high populous of artisans, tech companies, and professional industries, there is a diverse range of options for residents.
Every year, more than 50,000 people are attracted to Solana Beach for the Fiesta del Sol family and community event. People from across the region are attracted to this festival for its arts and crafts, beer and wine garden, international food court, and fantastic live music. This two-day event also boasts a massive street fair.
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