PALO ALTO

Literally “tall tree” in Spanish, Palo Alto is home to many towering institutions, literal and figurative. Its tree-lined streets host 65,000 residents, as well as Stanford University, affectionately nicknamed “The Farm” for its pastoral setting. Palo Alto is a well-managed, diverse tree-loving Silicon Valley hub, which may be why Steve Jobs lived here for the final 20 years of his life.

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PALO ALTO AT A GLANCE

  • THE NEIGHBORS - Your neighbors will be educated, ambitious, and love their trees!
  • WHAT TO EXPECT -  A city of close-knit neighborhoods, Palo Alto invites its residents to be out and about and participate in the life of the community.
  • UNEXPECTED APPEAL - Designed open spaces, vibrant public art installations and parks, and Stanford University, welcoming the public to its athletics, Cantor Art Center, and beautiful Bing Concert Hall.
  • THE MARKET - Few real estate markets in the world hold their value in all economic conditions better than Palo Alto.
  • YOU’LL FALL IN LOVE WITH -  Mature trees and broad streets—physical and natural beauty with a mindful buzz.

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THE NEIGHBORS

Your neighbors will be educated, ambitious, and love their trees!

WHAT TO EXPECT

A city of close-knit neighborhoods, Palo Alto invites its residents to be out and about and participate in the life of the community.

THE LIFESTYLE

Palo Alto deliberately mixes the residential and the commercial, all flavored with the intellectual. By design, it avoids a centralized downtown in favor of distinct small communities within the larger city.

UNEXPECTED APPEAL

Designed open spaces, vibrant public art installations and parks, and Stanford University, welcoming the public to its athletics, Cantor Art Center, and beautiful Bing Concert Hall.

YOU WILL FALL IN LOVE WITH

Mature trees and broad streets—physical and natural beauty with a mindful buzz.