Orange is a city in California, some 30 miles Southeast of Los Angeles, and just 3 miles North of the county seat, Santa Ana. The city of Anaheim is right next door, which is great if you love everything Disney. Irvine and Huntington Beach are close by, and Long Beach is 20 miles to the West.
If you are sent on an assignment by your company to any of the cities in this area, then staying in Orange would be a great idea. At Key Housing Connections we have corporate rentals in Orange, CA, available.
Orange is a mid-sized city with a population of 140,000, but is a relatively quiet city compared to the hustle and bustle of somewhere like LA. The city also has low crime rates which are below both the state and national averages, so that is another point in its’ favor.
The weather in this part of California is lovely, with lots of sunny days and not too hot or too cold. In fact, the average temperature in December, which is the coolest month, is 56°F (just over 13°C) while the warmest month is August at 86°F (30°C).
If you are working in the area for any period of time, then choosing one of our corporate rentals in Orange, CA, would be a great idea, especially if you are bringing the children with you. With Disneyland right next door, there is plenty to keep them occupied. We also have dog-friendly properties available.
Old Town Area Has Been Preserved
Orange is an unusual city in one respect, and that is that a lot of the properties in the Old Town District were built before 1920. Other cities in the area demolished many of the older buildings in the 1960s, but Orange decided to preserve them. In fact, the area of Villa Park is right in the center of Orange.
Although oranges were not grown when the city was founded, the streets are now lined with orange trees. Indeed, many of the locals pop out early in the morning, grab themselves a few oranges, and then squeeze them to make fresh orange juice for breakfast. Lovely!
There are also lots of great restaurants in Orange. You can take your pick of Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Vietnamese, Sushi, Mexican, Pizza, Vegetarian, and Seafood.
There are also plenty of good shops in Orange, particularly at The Village at Orange and The Outlets at Orange which also has a bowling center and a skatepark. The city holds the Orange International Street Fair on Labor Day in September every year which attracts an average of 400,000 people to the city.
So, yes, it is a great city in which to live. If you would like to talk about corporate rentals in Orange, CA, contact us with your requirements.