According to Money, the city of Eastvale ranks 17 in 2016’s best places to live in America. In determining these ultimate hometowns, 60 key factors were analyzed including taxes, education, health care, affordability, job opportunities, and much more. More impressively, Eastvale bested the city of Irvine which came in 20. Intrigued? Read on to learn about this gem of a city tucked away in the desert valley.
A Desert Valley Gem
Situated in the desert valley just 45 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, Eastvale is San Bernardino County’s new kid on the block at just 6 years old. Around 63,992 residents to call home, Eastvale has a way of keeping a close-knit community feel offering city events like Picnic in the Park, Holiday Showcase, and Fall Festival.
As a young, vibrant city, Eastvale residents are relative newcomers. The homes, schools, and stores were built just in the last decade. New homes in the neighborhood are typically $500,000 but mind you it buys about 3,000 square feet!
Eastvale prides itself on having stellar schools being apart of the highly regarding Corona-Norco Unified School District. In fact, Eastvale’s local high school was named California’s Gold Ribbon school in 2015. The icing on the cake are two new elementary schools currently in the works.
Eastvale: Part of the Greater Inland Empire
The Inland Empire, also known as the IE, is used in reference to a geographical region in Southern California from western Riverside County to southwestern San Bernardino County. The IE is bustling with jobs, suburban lifestyle, major retail shopping centers and recently experienced a surge in job growth.
“Compared with the state of California, the quality of the job growth in the Inland Empire has been better than the state.” – John Husing, chief economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership business advocacy group
Eastvale’s own retail hub, Eastvale Gateway, is a 848,000 square feet retail and shopping center serving the communities of Eastvale, Mira Loma, Ontario, Corona, Norco and Chino. Located on Hamner Avenue and Limonite Avenue, Eastvale Gateway can easily be seen and accessible from the the I-15.
Homecoming at Eastvale
If you’re looking to live in the Inland Empire, particularly in Eastvale, Homecoming at Eastvale is the ultimate resort style community offering apartments homes, townhomes, and villas. The amenities stretch far beyond those of a typical apartment community including a 12,0000 sq.ft. clubhouse, library, movie theater, junior olympic pools, dog park, fitness center, and much more!
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