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The Inland Empire economy – economies of San Bernardino and Riverside counties – has been one of the fastest growing in California driven largely by explosive population growth. In just the first five years of the 21st century, the area’s population increased by almost 25%, and accounted for 20% of the state’s population growth. The increase was largely due to affordable housing and the promise of jobs. There are a plethora of corporate housing options throughout this vast area.
California’s Inland Empire is the size of the state of Virginia and covers 17% of California’s land area and is home to more people than the state of Oregon, or one of the 24 other states.
Inland Empire enjoys a cool Mediterranean climate influenced by the Pacific in the east and the San Bernardino Mountains in the East and North. Spring averages highs in the 60s till March and warms to the 70s in April until it peaks at 97 in August. The temperatures then start to cool as fall arrives in late October with highs in the low 80s and lows in the low 50s. Winter spans the months of December and January when the lows are in the low 40s. Between the two months, December is the coolest month of the year. Highest average precipitation is experienced in February.
Almost Home’s Inland Empire corporate housing residents might enjoy a little info about the area. The expance was originally, and for a long time dating back thousands of years, occupied by the Tongva, Serrano and Cahuilla Native American people. The decrease of the Spanish and Mexican influence in the area began in 1851 when Mormons, and later, other Europeans, began settling in the area.
Significant growth in the area was the result of two separate events: first was the introduction and success of Valencia oranges in the area; the second was the arrival of the railroad. The two combined to make the area grow rapidly and evolve into a major center of citrus production. Soon, dairy farming added to the already booming agricultural industry.
The infamous Route 66 arrived in San Bernardino and that led an influx of tourism and migrant workers. This added to the expansion of the agricultural industry and continued the success of the area.
Places to Eat in Inland Empire
- Miyagi sushi on E Base Line St in San Bernardino: This sushi restaurant is popular among locals and tourists for its fresh sushi and all-you -can-eat options. It's not a buffet but the all-you-can-eat option is on the menu for the sushi bar. They have all the traditional offerings from California Rolls to Quail Egg Shooters, and much more. Service is exceptional and energetic.
- My Delight Cupcakery on N Mountain Ave in Ontario: My Delight is an inexpensive, vegan-friendly bakery and pastry shop that has a romantic interior and colorful cupcakes. The Pumpkin Cheese Cake is one of the favorites.
- Ocean Blue on Orange St in Redlands: Ocean Blue specializes in authentic sushi that tastes fresh.
- Isabella's Redlands on 6th St in Redlands: Isabella's is an upscale, dressy place that is ideal for romantic dinners. They serve fine Italian cuisine and excel at a number of their specials like Salsiccia Campanola and the Pollo Marsala. There is a fine wine list that is designed to pair well with the menu. Step out of your Inland Empire corporate apartment and enjoy a nice date at this fine restaurant.
Things to do in Inland Empire
- Museums: The Inland Empire Museum of Art is a part of one of California's finest contemporary art museums. There are works by local and national artists using various mediums. Their collection is constantly growing and their talent pool is diverse. The museum is located on North Benson Ave. in Upland.
- Performing Arts: The California Theater of the Performing Arts, located on West 4th St in San Bernardino is a classic auditorium that hosts 1700 guests to acclaimed pays, fine orchestral performances and celebrity headliners. This is where Will Rogers made his final stage appearance.
- Golf: The Cotton Golf Club on W Valley Blvd in Colton is an 18-hole Executive Length, Robert Trent Jones course. The course plays 3,108 yards with a par 57 layout and a course rating of 54.2 and slope rating of 82.
- Parks: The Joshua Tree National Park can be accessed in a number of locations, one is off Hwy 62 at Joshua Tree Village. The park offers a number of exploration opportunities and nature trails that are ideal for walking tours and biking. The mountain biking trails are extensive throughout the park. Break out of your Inland Empire temporary housing and enjoy some time outdoors in this wonderful park.
Surrounding Areas We Serve
We serve the entire Inland Empire area including Riverside, San Bernardino and Ontario as well as Corona, Fontana, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Redlands, Rancho Cucamonga.
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