Aliso Viejo, an affluent community of 48,000 residential and apartment residents, is Orange County’s newest incorporated city. Bordered by the beach town of Laguna Beach and Laguna Niguel, the City of Aliso Viejo occupies 7.5 square miles of idyllic land within the San Joaquin Hills.
In many ways, Aliso Viejo is an ode to the traditional, close-knit community, with family values and quality education at its core. Family units make up the majority of households in Aliso Viejo, and children are educated within the second largest school district in Orange County, Capistrano Unified School District. Aliso Viejo apartment residents also have access to many renowned private educational institutions, including VanDamme Academy, St. Mary and All Angels School, and Aliso Viejo Christian School.
As showcased by the city’s motto, "Live, Work, Learn, Shop and Play,” Aliso Viejo offers an abundance of activities when it comes to shopping, dining, and entertainment. Nearby Aliso and Wood Canyons Regional Park, a wildlife sanctuary covering almost 4,000 acres, is readily available to apartment residents. Picturesque hiking trails, archaeological sites with ancient artifacts and marine fossils, and flourishing grasslands with indigenous plants and wildlife can be found within the wildlife sanctuary. Local health enthusiasts can also enjoy athletic activities at the Renaissance ClubSport facility, a $65 million property, as well as at the Aliso Creek Golf Course.
For apartment residents hoping to “shop” and “play,” the Aliso Viejo Town Center is a robust gathering place for residents of all ages. Offering a movie theater, a wide variety of casual dining restaurants and great boutique retail shops, the town center—and the city— provides all the convenient and fun amenities that apartment residents can wish for.