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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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 street that enclosed the main functions of the community: schools, churches, residences and stores. On September 9, 1913, in observance of California's Admissions Day, Corona residents celebrated with an international automobile race on the Boulevard. The event attracted such auto racing greats of Ralph De Palma, Barney Oldfield, Terrible Teddy Tetzlaff and Earl Cooper. More than 100,000 people came to the town of 4,000 to watch Cooper win the race and a prize of $8,250. It was so successful that races were held again in 1914 and 1916. The demise of the road races were due not only to the tragic deaths that occurred in 1916, but because of the cost and local effort needed to stage such an extravagant event. Today, the city is home to Corona’s oldest neighborhoods and downtown corridor. The citrus groves have given way the vast areas that have been incorporated into the city in the past 100-plus years.   Circle City Corona includes the friendly communities of Northern Valencia of Avalon, Backbay, Bella and Alta Vista, Berkshire, Brighton Village, Brock Northbridge, Carmel, Carmelita, Castlerock, Cottage Hill, Country Gate, Courthome Collection, Coventry, Garland, Greystone Collection, Hartford, Huntington, Ironwood, Ivywood, Kentwood, Lexington, Mayfair, Montage, Montaire, Montevista, Murano and Alta Vista, Nouvelle, Palazzo and Alta Vista, Presidio, Presley Homes, Promontory, Reflections, Sandalwood, Shutters, Silhouette, Somerset and Creekside, Stoneypointe, Summer Grove and Creekside, Summertime, Sunset Ridge, The Colony, The Cove, The Greens and Belcaro, The Island, The Landing, The Liberty and Belcaro, The Willows and Creekside, Traditions, Warmington, Waterford, Wildrose, Willows, Windsor, Windsor Collection and Creekside and the condo, townhome, townhouse, loft or condominum communities of Andorra and Creekside, Avignon, Brookside Walk and Creekside, Cabot Bay, Cheyenne, Cornerstone, Galleria and Alta Vista, Montana, Rose Arbor, Spinnaker Point and Village Walk. Southern Valencia includes the communities of Bungalows, Carmelita, Chelsea, Custom Homes, Del Valle, Discovery, Garland, Heritage, Ironwood, Meadows East, Meadows West, New Meadows, New Tempo, Old Orchard 1, Old Orchard 2, Old Orchard 3, Presidio, San Marino, Sunrise, Tempo, Valencia Glen, Valencia Hills, Valencia Meadows, Village Homes, Vista Hills, Vista Point, Vista Ridge, Windemere, and the condo, townhome, townhouse, loft or condominum communities of Arbor Park, Arroyo West, Fairways, Franciscan Hill, Lakeshore, Las Ventanas, Old Orchard Condos, Santa Fe, Siena Villas, Stratford Collection, and Vista Valencia.. Remember, Circle City Corona is sometimes spelled as Circle City, City Circle, Corona Circle, Corona City Circle, Corona Circle City, The Circle City, The City Circle. 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.    
Population
7,188
up 3% since 2000
Households
1,804
59% with children
Ownership
28% Owned
72% rented, 8% vacant
Average Home Value
$331,601
Average Year Built
1966

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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 street that enclosed the main functions of the community: schools, churches, residences and stores. On September 9, 1913, in observance of California’s Admissions Day, Corona residents celebrated with an international automobile race on the Boulevard. The event attracted such auto racing greats of Ralph De Palma, Barney Oldfield, Terrible Teddy Tetzlaff and Earl Cooper. More than 100,000 people came to the town of 4,000 to watch Cooper win the race and a prize of $8,250. It was so successful that races were held again in 1914 and 1916. The demise of the road races were due not only to the tragic deaths that occurred in 1916, but because of the cost and local effort needed to stage such an extravagant event. Today, the city is home to Corona’s oldest neighborhoods and downtown corridor. The citrus groves have given way the vast areas that have been incorporated into the city in the past 100-plus years.

 

Circle City Corona includes the friendly communities of Northern Valencia of Avalon, Backbay, Bella and Alta Vista, Berkshire, Brighton Village, Brock Northbridge, Carmel, Carmelita, Castlerock, Cottage Hill, Country Gate, Courthome Collection, Coventry, Garland, Greystone Collection, Hartford, Huntington, Ironwood, Ivywood, Kentwood, Lexington, Mayfair, Montage, Montaire, Montevista, Murano and Alta Vista, Nouvelle, Palazzo and Alta Vista, Presidio, Presley Homes, Promontory, Reflections, Sandalwood, Shutters, Silhouette, Somerset and Creekside, Stoneypointe, Summer Grove and Creekside, Summertime, Sunset Ridge, The Colony, The Cove, The Greens and Belcaro, The Island, The Landing, The Liberty and Belcaro, The Willows and Creekside, Traditions, Warmington, Waterford, Wildrose, Willows, Windsor, Windsor Collection and Creekside and the condo, townhome, townhouse, loft or condominum communities of Andorra and Creekside, Avignon, Brookside Walk and Creekside, Cabot Bay, Cheyenne, Cornerstone, Galleria and Alta Vista, Montana, Rose Arbor, Spinnaker Point and Village Walk. Southern Valencia includes the communities of Bungalows, Carmelita, Chelsea, Custom Homes, Del Valle, Discovery, Garland, Heritage, Ironwood, Meadows East, Meadows West, New Meadows, New Tempo, Old Orchard 1, Old Orchard 2, Old Orchard 3, Presidio, San Marino, Sunrise, Tempo, Valencia Glen, Valencia Hills, Valencia Meadows, Village Homes, Vista Hills, Vista Point, Vista Ridge, Windemere, and the condo, townhome, townhouse, loft or condominum communities of Arbor Park, Arroyo West, Fairways, Franciscan Hill, Lakeshore, Las Ventanas, Old Orchard Condos, Santa Fe, Siena Villas, Stratford Collection, and Vista Valencia.. Remember, Circle City Corona is sometimes spelled as Circle City, City Circle, Corona Circle, Corona City Circle, Corona Circle City, The Circle City, The City Circle. 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.

 

 

Circle City, Corona

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 street that enclosed the main functions of the community: schools, churches, residences and stores. On September 9, 1913, in observance of California’s Admissions Day, Corona residents celebrated with an international automobile race on the Boulevard. The event attracted such auto racing greats of Ralph De Palma, Barney Oldfield, Terrible Teddy Tetzlaff and Earl Cooper. More than 100,000 people came to the town of 4,000 to watch Cooper win the race and a prize of $8,250. It was so successful that races were held again in 1914 and 1916. The demise of the road races were due not only to the tragic deaths that occurred in 1916, but because of the cost and local effort needed to stage such an extravagant event. Today, the city is home to Corona’s oldest neighborhoods and downtown corridor. The citrus groves have given way the vast areas that have been incorporated into the city in the past 100-plus years.

 

Circle City Corona includes the friendly communities of Northern Valencia of Avalon, Backbay, Bella and Alta Vista, Berkshire, Brighton Village, Brock Northbridge, Carmel, Carmelita, Castlerock, Cottage Hill, Country Gate, Courthome Collection, Coventry, Garland, Greystone Collection, Hartford, Huntington, Ironwood, Ivywood, Kentwood, Lexington, Mayfair, Montage, Montaire, Montevista, Murano and Alta Vista, Nouvelle, Palazzo and Alta Vista, Presidio, Presley Homes, Promontory, Reflections, Sandalwood, Shutters, Silhouette, Somerset and Creekside, Stoneypointe, Summer Grove and Creekside, Summertime, Sunset Ridge, The Colony, The Cove, The Greens and Belcaro, The Island, The Landing, The Liberty and Belcaro, The Willows and Creekside, Traditions, Warmington, Waterford, Wildrose, Willows, Windsor, Windsor Collection and Creekside and the condo, townhome, townhouse, loft or condominum communities of Andorra and Creekside, Avignon, Brookside Walk and Creekside, Cabot Bay, Cheyenne, Cornerstone, Galleria and Alta Vista, Montana, Rose Arbor, Spinnaker Point and Village Walk. Southern Valencia includes the communities of Bungalows, Carmelita, Chelsea, Custom Homes, Del Valle, Discovery, Garland, Heritage, Ironwood, Meadows East, Meadows West, New Meadows, New Tempo, Old Orchard 1, Old Orchard 2, Old Orchard 3, Presidio, San Marino, Sunrise, Tempo, Valencia Glen, Valencia Hills, Valencia Meadows, Village Homes, Vista Hills, Vista Point, Vista Ridge, Windemere, and the condo, townhome, townhouse, loft or condominum communities of Arbor Park, Arroyo West, Fairways, Franciscan Hill, Lakeshore, Las Ventanas, Old Orchard Condos, Santa Fe, Siena Villas, Stratford Collection, and Vista Valencia.. Remember, Circle City Corona is sometimes spelled as Circle City, City Circle, Corona Circle, Corona City Circle, Corona Circle City, The Circle City, The City Circle. 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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