Area Concierge

Almaden Valley

Almaden Valley is an upper middle class neighborhood with a population of about 37,000+ in size in the South East portion of San Jose. Almaden Valley is named after the New Almaden Quick Silver Mines. These mines used to produce mercury in the Gold Rush era. The mines were closed in 1975 and the property [...]

Blossom Valley

Blossom Valley, named after its long ago cherry orchards, is a modest suburban neighborhood in the southern part of San Jose. Westfield Oakridge Mall is in Blossom Valley and offers numerous restaurants, an Apple Computer store, Best Buy, Target, a Disney Store, Gap, Macy’s and Nordstrom’s, along with a Bowlmor center and AMC movie theaters. [...]

Campbell

As of 2010, Campbell denoted having a population of over 39,000. With its historic downtown area filled with nightlife, sidewalk cafes, a yogurt shop and even a cupcake store. Boutique shops round out the downtown making Campbell a fabulous place to live. The Pruneyard Shopping Center is a Campbell based open-air retail complex featuring a [...]

Cupertino

With approximately 54,000 residents, Cupertino is home to Apple Computer along with other high-tech companies such as Trend Micro and Symantec. Known for its excellent public schools, Cupertino ranks high in the nation for education. De Anza Community College located in Cupertino is known for its great Associate in Art and Science degrees along with [...]

Evergreen

Evergreen is located in the South East area of San Jose. It features custom homes, semi-custom home and typical suburban living. The Silver Creek Valley Country Club is also located in the Evergreen area This is a gated community with sweeping views, golfing and recreation amenities. Homes are in the $1 million -plus range. Evergreen [...]

Gilroy

Gilroy, with its nickname “Garlic capital of the World, is known for its world famous Garlic festival. Garlic flavored ice cream is just one of the garlicky foods to be found. Live music and everything garlic is a staple of the world famous festival. Mushrooms and boutique wineries are among other businesses producing in the [...]

Los Altos

Los Altos, a city of approximately 29,000 is located in the Southern end of the San Francisco Bay Area about 40 miles South. A now affluent bedroom community was home to agriculture, summer cottages and apricot farms before. Shopping and commercial offices are primarily located in the downtown area. Los Altos was the first home [...]

Los Gatos

Los Gatos, according to Bloomberg Businessweek, ranks 33rd in the most wealthiest cities of the United States. Los Gatos, spanish for ‘the Cats’, was named after the mountain lions and bobcats that are indigenous to the foothills surrounding the community. Founded in the mid- 1850’s and known for a flour operation, the Forbes Mill two [...]

Milpitas

Once inhabited by an Ohlone Indian Tribe, Milpitas, a Mexican-Spanish term for “Place of little cornfields” has developed over the years to a suburban living community. Many streets are named after the early American settlers. Named after an Alviso property, the township of Milpitas was born in 1857. For over a century, Milpitas served as [...]

Morgan Hill

Morgan Hill, originally a community of farmers, ranchers and orchardists, became incorporated in 1906. Morgan Hill is now a bedroom community for high tech employees from the Silicon Valley. Due to the influence of the Pacific Ocean, Morgan Hill enjoys a mile Mediterranean climate. The Downtown area has boomed over the past decade with quite [...]

Mountain View

The city of Mountain View named for its view of the Santa Cruz Mountains is located between San Jose and San Francisco is 12 square miles and home to over 75,000 residents. Small business based, along with biotech and Telecommunications rounds out Mountain Views job opportunities. NASA Ames research center is also located within the Mountain [...]

Palo Alto

Palo Alto, meaning ‘Tall Tree’ is a charter city in the San Francisco Bay Area. Palo Alto was established by Leland Stanford Sr and is now the home of the world renowned Stanford University. Home to such high tech companies as Paypal, Google, Facebook, Intuit and Tesla Motors, Palo Alto ranks as one of the [...]

San Jose – Downtown

San Jose, home to the San Jose Sharks, the San Jose Saber Cats, the San Jose Earthquakes, the San Jose Giants and the San Jose Spartans makes this city a favorite for the sports enthusiast. With the development of the HP Pavilion and several surrounding areas, San Jose is one of the fastest growing cities. [...]

Santa Clara

Santa Clara, now home to the new Levi Stadium, is home of the National Football League’s San Francisco 49ers. Superbowl 50 was held at this cutting edge stadium. Santa Clara is a city taking off. Development is beginning to become the norm in Santa Clara. Shopping centers are popping up, new home developments are on [...]

Saratoga

Saratoga ranked Top 4 in top earning towns by CNN/Money magazine is also ranked Top 20 in most educated town by Forbes in 2009. Bloomberg Businessweek named Saratoga the most expensive suburb of California. 2013 Housing Listing Report named Saratoga the 3rd most expensive housing market in the United States. With it boutique downtown area [...]

Sunnyvale

Sunnyvale with it estimated population of 140,000 remains a growing community with high tech companies still moving in. Google which leased 60 acres from Moffett Field, formerly an naval air station is one indication that the city of Sunnyvale is prime Real Estate. A new deal to purchase 47 acres from Lockheed Martin, with projected [...]

Willow Glen

Due to the growth of the community in the 1930’s Willow Glen became a part of San Jose in 1936. Today, downtown Willow Glen is a busy bedroom community that is filled with shoppers, strollers and dogs on a ‘walkable’ Lincoln Avenue. The communities main tree lined street. There are a variety of shops and [...]