Corona

Corona California | Corona CA Real Estate | Corona Homes for Sale | Corona Realty Estate Agent | Homes in Corona | Corona Homes | Brian Bean and Tim HardinCorona is an ethnically diverse community made up of young, well-educated families.

The Corona community boasts amenities that provide a first-rate quality of life for residents. The city has more than 394 acres of parks, with sports fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts, two skateparks and an outdoor pool.

Public Safety efforts by the Corona Police Department and Corona Fire Department have resulted in decreasing crime rates, quick response times and a superior paramedic program.

The Corona Public Library and the Fender Museum of Music and the Arts provide cultural and educational programming, and the Senior Center is a hub of activity with programs, workshops and social gatherings. The city also operates a recreational airport.

Just 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles, the city encompasses 39.2 square miles and the population is approximately 159,132.

Neighborhood Info

Corona is an ethnically diverse community in which a significant percentage of the population is made up of young, well-educated families. The Corona community boasts many amenities that provide a first-rate quality of life for residents. The city has more than 394 acres of parks, with sports fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts, two skateparks and an outdoor pool. Public Safety efforts by the Corona Police Department and Corona Fire Department have resulted in decreasing crime rates, quick response times and a superior paramedic program. The Corona Public Library and the Fender Museum of Music and the Arts provide cultural and educational programming, and the Senior Center is a hub of activity with programs, workshops and social gatherings. The city also operates a recreational airport. Corona's industrial base has played an important role in the growth of the city and its employee base. Corona's economy is strong and getting stronger. There are more than 42,000 jobs within the City of Corona and there is a workforce of more than 84,000. Its retail and commercial areas are expanding and office development is booming. Corona has more than 34 million square feet of industrial space and more than 3 million square feet of office space. Just 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles, the city encompasses 39.2 square miles and the population is approximately 159,132. Corona includes the friendly neighborhoods of Campbell Ranch, Circle City, Corona Hills, Corona Valley/Eastvale, Coronita, Dos Lagos, Eagle Glen, El Cerrito, Home Gardens, Horsethief Canyon, North Corona (Norco), Painted Hills/Tom's Farms/Glen Ivy Hot Springs, Sierra Del Oro, South Corona, The Retreat, Trilogy and Wildrose. Remember, Corona California is sometimes spelled as Carona, Corrona or Carrona. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Your Local Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Team.
 
Population
243,212
up 54% since 2000
Households
69,449
50% with children
Ownership
72% Owned
28% rented, 5% vacant
Average Home Value
$424,683
Average Year Built
1989

Communities



Corona, Inland Empire

Corona is an ethnically diverse community in which a significant percentage of the population is made up of young, well-educated families.

The Corona community boasts many amenities that provide a first-rate quality of life for residents. The city has more than 394 acres of parks, with sports fields, basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts, two skateparks and an outdoor pool.

Public Safety efforts by the Corona Police Department and Corona Fire Department have resulted in decreasing crime rates, quick response times and a superior paramedic program.

The Corona Public Library and the Fender Museum of Music and the Arts provide cultural and educational programming, and the Senior Center is a hub of activity with programs, workshops and social gatherings. The city also operates a recreational airport.

Corona’s industrial base has played an important role in the growth of the city and its employee base. Corona’s economy is strong and getting stronger. There are more than 42,000 jobs within the City of Corona and there is a workforce of more than 84,000. Its retail and commercial areas are expanding and office development is booming. Corona has more than 34 million square feet of industrial space and more than 3 million square feet of office space.

Just 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles, the city encompasses 39.2 square miles and the population is approximately 159,132.

Corona includes the friendly neighborhoods of Campbell Ranch, Circle City, Corona Hills, Corona Valley/Eastvale, Coronita, Dos Lagos, Eagle Glen, El Cerrito, Home Gardens, Horsethief Canyon, North Corona (Norco), Painted Hills/Tom’s Farms/Glen Ivy Hot Springs, Sierra Del Oro, South Corona, The Retreat, Trilogy and Wildrose. Remember, Corona California is sometimes spelled as Carona, Corrona or Carrona. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Your Local Homeowner Advocates, The Dream Big Team.


 

Circle City

About Circle City Corona, California: Here lie the roots of Corona. This city, incorporated in 1896, was named Corona (Spanish for “crown”) in honor of the city’s circular Grand Boulevard, designed 10 years earlier and stretching three miles around the core of the city. Early residents used to parade their fancy buggies on this circular

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Corona Hills

About Corona Hills Corona, California: This neighborhood is located in the northeastern corner of the city, north of the 91 Freeway and East of the 15 freeway. It is characterized by a mix of older and newer construction single-family-home neighborhoods, as well as several condo complexes and converted apartment complexes. Residents enjoy a large commercial

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Coronita

About Coronita Corona, California: This community is located between the 91 Freeway and South Corona, on the city’s western edge. It is a mix of single-family neighborhoods of varying price ranges and sizes. The Sierra Del Oro neighborhood and Mountain View Country Club are the centerpiece of the area, which is popular with Orange County

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Dos Lagos

About Dos Lagos, California: Dos Lagos is a master-planned, mixed-use development that balances nature and community. The 534-acre project combines a mix of residential uses with upscale shopping, dining, entertainment, live-work lofts, business and resort hotels, an 18-hole championship golf course and office space centered around two signature lakes, the namesakes of Dos Lagos.  

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Eagle Glen

About Eagle Glen Corona, California: This community is among the most popular new communities along the 15 Freeway corridor. New homes are popping up all over the foothills of the Cleveland National Forest, some boasting more than 3,000 square feet. Across the 15 Freeway, the massive Dos Lagos residential and commercial development is underway. Eagle

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Eastvale | Corona Valley

About Eastvale/Corona Valley Corona, California: This community is among the newest in the Corona area. New-home construction has greatly expanded in the area, which had been rich in dairy farms. The community offers easy access to the 91, 60, 15 and 71 Freeways, making it attractive for Orange County commuters. Many of the new-home communities

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El Cerrito

About El Cerrito Corona, California: This rural neighborhood is known for its large lots and country living. Located just east of the 15 Freeway, these homes sit among rolling hills. Homes range in age from the 1960s to new construction. New development from all four directions is getting closer as the I-15 corridor continues to

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Glen Ivy | Painted Hills

About Glen Ivy | Painted Hills Corona, California: This community is among the most popular new communities along the 15 Freeway corridor. New homes are popping up all over the foothills of the Cleveland National Forest, some boasting more than 3,000 square feet, in contrast to the sprawling lots with older homes that dot the

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Home Gardens

About Home Gardens Corona, California: This older neighborhood is among the most affordable of homes with a Corona address. The homes are older and smaller, but many have been remodeled since 2002. The neighborhood sits on the south side of the 91 Freeway, on the border with Riverside. The community is a mix of lower-income

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Horsethief

About Horsethief Canyon Corona, California: This community is among the newest communities along the 15 Freeway corridor. New homes are popping up all over the foothills of the Cleveland National Forest, some boasting more than 3,000 square feet. Some properties have views of nearby Lake Elsinore.   Horsethief Canyon Corona includes the friendly communities of

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Norco

About Norco, California: Once primarily agricultural, the city of Norco, CA is a fast-growing community of more than 34,000 residents that has remained true to its Western heritage. Located in Riverside County’s “Inland Empire” along the Santa Ana River and adjoining Orange County, Norco features two distinct personalities. The “Old Town” area features country stores

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Sierra Del Oro

About Sierra Del Oro Corona, California: This community is located between the 91 Freeway and South Corona, on the city’s western edge. It is a mix of single-family neighborhoods of varying price ranges and sizes. The Sierra Del Oro neighborhood and Mountain View Country Club are the centerpiece of the area, which is popular with

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South Corona

About South Corona, California: This community is among the most popular new communities in Corona, ranging from million-dollar mansions to affordable tract-style neighborhoods. New homes are popping up all over the foothills of the Cleveland National Forest, some boasting more than 3,000 square feet. New schools and commercial developments have been popping up to keep

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Sycamore Creek

About Sycamore Creek, California: Sycamore Creek includes the friendly communities of Sycamore Creek  ...

The Retreat

About The Retreat, California: The Retreat includes the friendly communities of Champions Club at The Retreat and Sienna Ridge at The Retreat. Remember, The Retreat is sometimes spelled as The Retreat, Retreat, Retreat in Corona, The Retreat in Corona, The Retreat Golf & Country Club, Champions Club at The Retreat, Retreat Champions Club, Retreat Golf

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Trilogy

About Trilogy, California: Trilogy includes the friendly communities of Trilogy. Remember, Trilogy is sometimes spelled as Trilogy Trilogy Glen Ivy, Trilogy at Glen Ivy, Trilogy at Glenivy, Trillogy, Trillogy Glen Ivy, Trillogy at Glen Ivy, Trillogy at Glenivy, Glen Ivy Trilogy, Glen Ivy Trillogy, Trilogy Golf Club at Glen Ivy, Trillogy Golf Club at Glen

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Wildrose

About Wildrose, California: Wildrose includes the friendly communities of Wildrose. Remember, Wildrose is sometimes spelled as Wildrose, Wild Rose, Wildroze, Wild Roze, Wildroses, or Wild Roses. If you are looking to buy or sell a home in any of these fine communities, call Brian Bean and Tim Hardin, Homeowner Advocates, Dream Big Real Estate.  ...

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