Ready to find your new apartment in Tustin? Forbes Magazine named Tustin number 21 on its 2009 list of Top 25 Towns to Live Well because most of the city's residents are working locally. Therefore, the average Tustin worker only has a 22-minute commute, which along with the city's low crime rate, multiple park spaces and wealth of shopping centers, make Tustin a great place to call home.
If you adore green space, this is the place to be: Because of the city's community forestry program and its commitment to environmental improvement, Tustin has been awarded the Tree City USA Growth Award by the National Arbor Day Foundation for seven consecutive years.
Tustin budgets $425,000 each year to care for the 16,650 trees in Tustin's urban forest and plants an additional 150 to 200 trees annually. Find an apartment near Tustin's urban forest or 13 parks to take advantage of the city's multiple tree efforts.
For more outdoor Tustin fun, check out the Summer Concerts in the Park, a free weekly concert series starting in June of each year at Peppertree Park. Or stop by the annual Tustin Street Fair and Chili Cookoff in June, where Tustin's best cooks pit their chili against each other. All of this could be right outside the door of your new apartment in Tustin.
Need to buy sandals or sunglasses to enjoy Tustin's great weather? Then search for Tustin apartments near Tustin Market Place, a venue with more than 120 home and apparel stores, restaurants and a movie complex; The District at Tustin Legacy, a one million square-foot lifestyle center with retailers such as Whole Foods Market, Costco, Target, Lowe's and TJ Maxx/Home Goods, plus numerous specialty shops; Enderle Center, a site for 26 specialty shops, in addition to health and beauty services, restaurants and bakeries. The spiritually minded shopper might be interested in visiting Four Crows, a retailer of Native American and non-native handmade handcrafts, metaphysical items and spiritual merchandise.
If you're looking for a Tustin neighborhood with a sense of community, search for apartments in Jamestown Village, home to quaint boutiques, antique shops and charming restaurants. Jamestown Village is in Old Town Tustin, an area that has buildings dating back to the 1880s. Several stately historic homes are still in this area, as well as the Tustin Museum, which contains information and photographs about the history and growth of the city.
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