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Palo Alto , CA

  • 60,702

    Population
  • 517

    Homes for Sale
  • 23,978

    Renters
  • 36,246

    Homeowners

Palo Alto is a charter city found in the northwest of Santa Clara County, California in the San Francisco Bay Area. Palo Alto shares its border with East Palo Alto, Mountain View, Los Altos Hills, Los Altos, Portola Valley, Stanford, and Menlo Park. The city got its name from a coastal redwood tree called El Palo Alto where Palo Alto means “Tall Tree” in Spanish. The city is home to part of Stanford University with headquarters of high-tech companies such as Tesla, Ford Research, and Innovation Center, Skype, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Lockheed Martin, and IDEO. Palo Alto is seen among the top five most expensive ZIP code in the country and has a high standard for education.Renowned for being the birthplace of the mighty Silicon Valley, Palo Alto has created a 31-mile fiber ring for ultra-fast internet access. With an exciting and innovating business community, the city has highly educated residents. In addition to some neighborhood organizations contributing to the city’s beautiful historic and expensive residential and commercial areas, Palo Alto has a notable number of city-owned parks summing to 36 as of the last count and almost one-third of the city’s 26 square miles is open space. One known quality of Palo Alto is the care for open spaces and parklands. Being home to the oldest Chinese School in the Bay area, Palo Alto is distinctive in every way. The city has other highly rated public schools, including Palo Alto High School and Gunn High School.Palo Alto offers one of the best living standards in the country with highly rated residential and commercial areas. The city is considered among the most expensive cities in the country with luxurious homes. Palo Alto offers its community diverse and quality working environments for businesses where employees can work and live.

HOUSING MARKET DATA

Below you can find the real estate sales data of different neighborhoods ranked from the highest number of sales to the lowest within 90 days. You can also choose other ranking metrics or property types.

Sl No Neighbourhood No: of Sales Trends Average Sale Price Median Sale Price
1 Alma St / San Antonio Way 1
2,680,000 2,680,000
2 Sand Hill Rd / El Camino Real 0
- -
3 Institute of Transpersonal Psychology / Louis Rd 0
- -
4 Middlefield Rd / Loma Verde Ave 2
4,325,000 4,325,000
5 E Charleston Rd / Alma St 1
2,820,000 2,820,000
6 W Bayshore Rd / Colorado Ave 0
- -
7 Middlefield Rd / University Ave 1
10,500,000 10,500,000
8 Middlefield Rd / Embarcadero Rd 0
- -
9 Neal 0
- -
10 Alma St / University Ave 0
- -
11 Waverley St / Channing Ave 0
- -
12 El Camino Real / W Charleston Rd 0
- -
13 Alta Mesa 1
2,400,000 2,400,000
14 City Center 0
- -

DEMOGRAPHICS

Population

Total Population

population

60,702

Gender

50.73%

49.27%

Ownership

39.81%

60.19%

Education

29.49% Bachelor:
29.49% Graduate:
13.39% Associate:
6.59% HighSchool:
3.31% Others:

Age

9.22% 75 +:
20.34% 55 - 74:
30.06% 35 - 54:
11.15% 25 - 34:
10.03% 15 - 24:
19.21% 0 - 14:

Household Income

36% 200K +:
12.02% 150 - 200K:
13.27% 100 - 149K:
8.47% 75 - 99K:
9.82% 50 - 74K:
4.83% 35 - 49K:
15.6% 0 - 34K:

Commuters

  • 5.21 %
  • 10.22 %
  • 79.09 %
  • 5.48 %