Cost of Living and Demographics
Fruit Valley is less expensive than surrounding suburban areas in Vancouver, such as Esther Short. On average a household in Fruit Valley spends $37.6K/year in total expenditures, compared to Esther Short's $43.5K/year.
The nearby neighborhood of Esther Short is distinct from Fruit Valley for multiple reasons. In Fruit Valley the median age is 29, while in Esther Short it's 19. In Fruit Valley, the average household size is 2.57 people, and it's 1.33 people in Esther Short. Of households in Fruit Valley and Esther Short, 37% and 9% have children, respectively.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation
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Enjoy a tasty dinner at El Grullense and have cocktails afterward at Frosty Mug.
For more details regarding fun places to grab a bite or hit up Happy Hour in Fruit Valley, take a peek at the Yelp page.
Fruit Valley has one main grocery store in the area, Quick Shop Minit Mart, which is located within the neighborhood on W Fourth Plain Blvd.
Schools and School Districts
The schools near the apartments in Fruit Valley are Vancouver School Of Arts And Academics, Discovery Middle School and Fruit Valley Elementary School. While this school district information should give you a good idea of your children's school options near the apartments for rent, it's imperative you consult with area school district representatives to confirm the exact schools your children are eligible to attend.
Vancouver School Of Arts And Academics, a high school in the Vancouver School District school, offers advanced-placement classes.
The only district in the neighborhood, Vancouver School District has a total enrollment of 21,900 students and 1,100 teachers, for a student teacher ratio of 20-to-1. There are 12 high schools, nine middle schools and 25 elementary schools in the district.