Home to roughly 152,400 residents, the City of Corona, California is situated in Riverside County. This is an excellent place to work, live, and play. You’ll find the city surrounded by Yorba Linda, the Santa Ana Mountains, and the Cleveland National Forest to the southwest, Eastvale to the north, Riverside and Norco to the northeast, and the Chino Hills to the northwest. Unincorporated communities in the county border Corona on the remaining sides.
This city was formerly known as South Riverside and was founded at the peak of the citrus boom of Southern California in 1886. It was renamed in 1896. With an abundance of natural beauty, Corona sits on the Santa Ana River Canyon’s upper end. The city was once known as the “Lemon Capital of the World,” and this bit of the city’s heritage is preserved in a museum there. The nickname “The Circle City,” however has stuck and is the result of the city’s layout which was designed by Hiram Clay Kellogg. Compared to Los Angeles, the upscale communities of Corona provide a great deal of privacy, which is why the city has been a popular choice among celebrities for many years. Considered a Gateway to the Inland Empire, this beautiful suburb is a bedroom community for beautiful Orange County, California.
This Greater Los Angeles Area city consists of 38.9 square miles that are divided into multiple distinct areas. Known to be well-maintained, the northern section of Corona borders the City of Norco and is primarily commercial and residential. Among the neighborhoods found in North Corona are Corona Hills and Corona Ranch. North of the 91 Freeway you’ll find Downtown Corona. Here Corona real estate is composed of office buildings and apartments. With an abundance of restored historic houses, many constructed in the early 1900s, Central Corona is the oldest part of the city. Custom built mansions perched in scenic foothills are found in South Corona, as are homogeneous suburban communities. This is the newest part of the city, and most homes here were developed after 2000. Situated south of Ontario Avenue, South Corona encompasses beautiful neighborhoods like the golf community of Dos Lagos which offers upscale apartments and new single-family homes. Other neighborhoods in Corona worth your consideration are Temescal Valley, Eagle Glen, El Cerrito, and Home Gardens. Corona real estate is diverse and falls within a broad price range depending on the property’s age, style, size, and neighborhood. You can find single-family homes, townhouses, and condominiums in Corona, so if you would like to know more about available Corona properties, please contact us so we can assist you.
93.8% Occupied 12,230 SF 2-story multi-tenant 18-unit office building built in 1969 with eye-catching monument signage adjacent to a large & very busy retail center with ...
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