If nightlife and a vibrant party atmosphere are important, Historic District might be a great place to look for a new apartment. Historic District has an active nightlife with an endless selection of clubs and bars. Look beyond Historic District for that special apartment. Don't forget areas like Northwest and The Colony.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
Because moving can be messy, narrow your search for the perfect place by using our site's apartment ratings and reviews. For those who value convenience, S Anaheim Blvd. and W Lincoln Ave. are a couple popular streets in Historic District with numerous dining, drinking and business establishments. Don't forget to use our website's powerful apartment finder tool in your search for apartments in Historic District.
Wine and dine with family and friends in Historic District with dinner at Tokyo Teriyaki and drinks at Juke Joint Bar. Residents can choose from either pizza or deli snacks. Stop in at 195 Downtown Grill for a quick beer or head to Lopez & Lefty's Sports Cantina for a round of cocktails, and experience the neighborhood's local options. Not to be overlooked when you're hungry, there are several chain restaurant options in the neighborhood, as well. Carl's Jr and Jack In The Box are both located in the neighborhood.
Devotees of the arts enjoy the spectrum of events Pearson Park Theatre Box Ofc has to offer.
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When short on food and other household supplies, there are a number of options within minutes of home for residents living in Historic District. To name a few, El Mercadito and Pastor Produce are both located on S Rose St. For cookies, cakes and other baked goods, La Donuts is in the neighborhood on S Anaheim Blvd. and Campbell Donuts is located on W Lincoln Ave.. Additionally, the neighborhood is home to a few more universally familiar grocer chain stores, such as Ampm and Vons.
Historic District has many retailers for day-to-day shopping needs, including Regalos Y Novedades Map and Epsco Products Group. Or, for those artsy types, Psyko Boys is on N Rose St. The neighborhood is home to a big-box store, Disney Store, and Anaheim Towne Ctr, a shopping mall located on W Lincoln Ave.
Demographics and Cost of Living
The cost of living in Historic District is similar to other metropolitan areas in Anaheim, such as Northwest. On average a household in Historic District spends $48.6K/year in total expenditures, compared to Northwest's $49.1K/year.
The neighborhoods of Historic District and The Colony are the same in terms of household size. The average household size in both neighborhoods is 3.53 inhabitants.
Historic District's average household income is $58.9K, which is similar to The Colony's. Be that as it may, Historic District is home to more residents with master's degrees than The Colony.