City Center is a bustling neighborhood of Santa Ana.
Living, Demographics and Costs
The average household size in City Center is 4.03 residents per household, and 52% of households have children. The average household income is $55.1K, and annual living expenses amount to $46.5K. The percentage of residents with a college degree or higher is 3%.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation
There's no shortage of basic to more specialized amenities and services in City Center. To help focus your search, the streets of E 1st St. and E Santa Ana Blvd. are two of the busiest streets in the neighborhood. On these streets you can find something worthwhile to do, dine out or have a drink. With our easy-to-use apartment finder tool, skip the search and head straight to what matters most.
Wine and dine yourself in City Center with dinner at Metro Bean Cafe and drinks at Velvet Lounge. Additionally, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Denny's and A&W Restaurants. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
If you're looking for a break from the summertime heat, cool off by taking a refreshing trip to Flying Dutchmen Hyperbarics. Additionally, Santa Ana Recreation & Cmnty is a place where you can get some fresh air and stretch your legs.
Survey the Yelp page for additional places to grab some grub, enjoy some cocktails and unwind in City Center.
Mom's & Babies Market and La Victoria Meat Market, both located on E 1st St., are just a couple of the many grocery stores in the City Center area. For cookies, cakes and other baked goods, Pasteleria La Mejor is in the neighborhood on E 1st St. and Panaderia La Chepina is also on E 1st St.. On top of that, for household-name grocery stores, there's Ampm on E 1st St.
K Lee Gift Shop and La Estrellita Novedades are two of the convenient retail options in City Center. In addition, the apartment rentals in City Center are also conveniently located next to Xes Inc-Versatec Products.
Neighborhood Schools and Districts
The schools near the apartments in City Center are Santa Ana Community Day, Raymond A. Villa Fundamental Intermediate School and Frederick Remington Elementary School. It's a good rule of thumb to talk with school districts in the area to get the final word on what schools serve the apartments for rent in the area you are most interested.
The 39 elementary schools, 15 middle schools and 11 high schools in the Santa Ana Unified district have a different proportion of students to teachers along with a different student-body size than Tustin Unified, with the former boasting lower ratios and fewer overall students. Santa Ana Unified district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Tustin Unified district.