Downtown Newark is a bustling neighborhood of Newark in Alameda County. If you need to expand your search beyond Downtown Newark, a few suitable alternatives not too far away are Foxwood and Civic Terrace.
Cost of Living and Select Demographics
Downtown Newark is more affordable than other urban areas in Newark, such as Foxwood, though it offers a similar city lifestyle. Nevertheless, in annual household spending, Downtown Newark reports an average of $55.2K/year, while Foxwood spends an average of $64.9K/year.
The neighborhoods of Downtown Newark and Civic Terrace are identical by the average number of people per household, 3.41, and similar by the percentage of households that have children, 50% and 54%, respectively.
When it comes to earnings, Downtown Newark's median average household income of $71.0K/year is comparable to Civic Terrace. However, when it comes to education, the number of Downtown Newark residents with a master's degree surpasses the number of Civic Terrace residents with a master's degree.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
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Enjoy a tasty dinner at Love At First Slice and have cocktails afterward at Whiskey Town. Sometimes food that is fast or familiar is all that will do. In such cases, Taco Bell and Round Table Pizza are both around the proverbial corner.
Check out the Yelp page for a more comprehensive list of places to dine, drink, and play in Downtown Newark.
Downtown Newark residents can shop multiple grocery stores to fill up on kitchen staples. Herat Market and Chavez Meat Market Ii on Thornton Ave. are just a couple of options in the area. Downtown Newark has one specialty market in the area, Nature's Sunshine Products Inc. Indulge in the sweet stylings of Innlay Bakery, a local first-class bakery on Thornton Ave. Still hungry? Head to Bakery-Taqueria Uno, which is located on Newark Blvd., and kill your cravings with some more of the best. Additionally, for household-name grocery stores, there's Grocery Outlet on Newark Blvd.
Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Downtown Newark are Crossroads High (Alternative) School, Newark Junior High School and St. Edward. Ultimately, it is important to consult with local districts to confirm the exact schools serving the apartments for rent that you are interested in.
Crossroads High (Alternative) School, a Newark Unified district high school, has the best college-acceptance rate in the district.
The Newark Unified district has eight elementary schools, one middle school and three high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Fremont Unified. Newark Unified district also has a smaller population of students than Fremont Unified. Newark Unified district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Fremont Unified district.