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City of Rancho Cucamonga - Commercial Real Estate

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About Rancho Cucamonga, California


Rancho Cucamonga offers the best of everything. Its real estate market is booming for both homes and businesses. The city's rich history and diverse economy and offers a very favorable living experience according to various reviews and rankings. It is known for its diverse suburbs, ranking 27th out of 528 in California,


Rancho Cucamonga is located in the Inland Empire metropolitan area, which is part of the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area and was incorporated on November 27, 1977.


The city is situated in the eastern part of San Bernardino County, in Southern California.


Geographically, Rancho Cucamonga is located in the San Gabriel Valley and is surrounded by the San Gabriel Mountains to the north, the Chino Hills to the south, and the San Bernardino Mountains to the east. The city has a total area of 39.2 square miles.


The climate in Rancho Cucamonga is Mediterranean, with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The average temperature in the summer months is around 85°F, while in the winter months it is around 55°F. The city receives very little rainfall, with an average of only 12 inches per year.


Overall, the geography and climate of Rancho Cucamonga make it an attractive location for outdoor recreation and entertainment, with opportunities for hiking, biking, and exploring the nearby mountains and parks. These factors also contribute to the city's overall livability and high quality of life.


Rancho Cucamonga is and has been a great place to run a business. With its strong infrastructure, thriving economy, rich history, and supportive local government, it offers numerous opportunities for growth and success. Additionally, its access to major transportation hubs, diverse and well-educated workforce, and growing consumer market make it a prime location for businesses of all sizes.




I-210 Corridor Growth in Rancho Cucamonga

The 210 corridor in Rancho Cucamonga, California has been a hub of growth and development since the completion of the San Bernardino Freeway (Interstate 210) in the mid-1960s.


This major transportation route provides residents with easy access to other parts of the Inland Empire and Los Angeles County, and has helped to spur economic growth and development in the area.

In recent years, the 210 corridor has experienced significant population growth, with the population of Rancho Cucamonga increasing by over 10% between 2010 and 2019, according to data from the United States Census Bureau. This growth has been driven in part by the increasing demand for housing in the area, as well as by the strong local economy and high-quality schools.


In addition to population growth, the 210 corridor has also seen an increase in commercial development, with new shopping centers, office buildings, and other businesses being built in the area.


This has brought new job opportunities to Rancho Cucamonga, which has helped to support the local economy and strengthen the city as a whole. The growth of the 210 corridor is expected to continue in the coming years, as more and more people seek out the attractive combination of good schools, high-quality homes, and convenient access to amenities and transportation that Rancho Cucamonga offers.


This makes the area an attractive location for both residents and businesses, and is likely to result in continued growth and development in the years to come.


  • United States Census Bureau, American Community Survey (ACS), 1-Year Estimates, Table B01003.

  • California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)


Key Information About the City of Rancho Cucamonga

The following major highways run through or near Rancho Cucamonga, California:


  • Interstates 10 and 210

  • State Route 83 (Foothill Boulevard)

  • State Route 210 (Foothill Freeway)

  • Historic Route 66 (Foothill Boulevard)

The top industries in Rancho Cucamonga include:

  1. Healthcare

  2. Retail

  3. Manufacturing

  4. Technology

  5. Financial services

  6. Logistics and distribution

  7. Food and beverage production

  8. Education and training

  9. Real estate and construction

  10. Tourism and hospitality

Largest employers include:

  1. San Bernardino County

  2. Loma Linda University Medical Center

  3. Amazon

  4. Foothill Transit

  5. Alta Loma School District

  6. St. Joseph Health

  7. Home Depot

  8. Kohl's

  9. Wal-Mart

  10. UPS.


Key corporate distribution centers located in Rancho Cucamonga, California:

  1. Amazon

  2. Target

  3. UPS

  4. Home Depot

  5. Lowe's

  6. Walgreens

  7. Dollar Tree

  8. FedEx

  9. Nestle

  10. Coca-Cola

Population Ranking in California and Size

  • According to the most recent data, Rancho Cucamonga is ranked as the 47th largest city in the state in terms of population size.   

  • 39.2 Square miles

Demographic data for Rancho Cucamonga, California includes:

  • Population: approximately 177,000

  • Median Age: 34 years old

  • Median Household Income: $78,400

  • Median Home Value: $589,000

  • High School Graduation Rate: 89.2%

  • Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 43.0%

  • Owner-Occupied Housing Units: 59.0%

  • Renters: 41.0%

  • Married-Couple Households: 56.0%.

Zip codes in Rancho Cucamonga, California:

  • 91701

  • 91729

  • 91730

  • 91737

Phone number prefixes for Rancho Cucamonga, California are:

  • 909

  • 951

  • 858


Major attractions in Rancho Cucamonga include:

  1. Victoria Gardens Cultural Center

  2. Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Baseball Stadium

  3. Lewis Family Playhouse

  4. Central Park

  5. Cucamonga-Guasti Regional Park

  6. Cucamonga Valley Wine Country

  7. Day Creek Boulevard Marketplace

  8. Pacific Electric Trail

  9. Ken Ashley Skatepark

  10. Pacific Electric Incline Railway Historic Site.


Key communities in Rancho Cucamonga include:

1. Alta Loma:

  • Known for its rolling hills and scenic views

  • Large properties and upscale homes

  • High-performing schools

  • Close proximity to parks, hiking trails, and equestrian facilities

2. Etiwanda:

  • Family-friendly community with a strong sense of community spirit

  • Well-maintained parks and recreational facilities

  • Good school district

  • Convenient access to shopping, dining, and entertainment options

3. Terra Vista:

  • Master-planned community with luxury homes, townhouses, and condominiums

  • Wide range of amenities, including parks, golf courses, and community centers

  • Adjacent to the Terra Vista Towne Center where our RE/MAX Time office is located, offering shopping, dining, and entertainment options

  • Highly regarded schools and excellent community services

4. Victoria:

  • Upscale community with large homes and estates

  • Access to parks, golf courses, and country clubs

  • Good school district

  • Convenient location for commuters

5. Central Rancho Cucamonga:


  • Diverse community with a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas

  • Home to the Rancho Cucamonga Civic Center, Library, and Cultural Arts Complex

  • Convenient access to shopping, dining, and entertainment options

  • Good transportation options, including access to the 210 freeway


6. North Rancho Cucamonga:

  • Growing community with new construction and planned developments

  • Access to parks, open spaces, and recreational facilities

  • Good school district

  • Convenient location for commuters


7. South Rancho Cucamonga:

  • Family-friendly community with a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas

  • Good school district

  • Access to parks, open spaces, and recreational facilities

  • Convenient access to shopping, dining, and entertainment options


8. Day Creek:

  • Growing community with new construction and planned developments

  • Access to parks, open spaces, and recreational facilities

  • Good school district

  • Convenient location for commuters


9. Archibald Ranch:

  • Upscale community with luxury homes and estates

  • Access to parks, golf courses, and country clubs

  • Good school district

  • Convenient location for commuters


These communities offer a variety of housing options, from single-family homes to apartments and condos, and vary in terms of price range, style, and size. Each community has its own unique characteristics and amenities, making Rancho Cucamonga a diverse and livable city for residents.


The major school districts in Rancho Cucamonga and ratings are:

  1. Alta Loma School District: rated 8/10 on

  2. Etiwanda School District: rated 9/10 on

  3. Chaffey Joint Union High School District: rated 8/10 on

  4. Cucamonga School District: rated 8/10 on

  5. Central School District: rated 8/10 on

Ratings and data and subject to change


Well established restaurants in Rancho Cucamonga include:

  1. Lucille's Smokehouse Bar-B-Que

  2. Olive Tree Mediterranean Restaurant

  3. Sake 2 Me Sushi

  4. Mimi's Cafe

  5. HomeTown Buffet

  6. BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse

  7. Baja Fresh Mexican Grill

  8. On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina

  9. Black Angus Steakhouse

  10. Island's Restaurant

  11. Red Robin Gourmet Burgers

  12. Marie Callender's

  13. Denny's

  14. The Habit Burger Grill

  15. Buffalo Wild Wings

  16. Applebee's

  17. Chili's Grill & Bar

  18. TGI Fridays

  19. The Cheesecake Factory

  20. Outback Steakhouse

These are just a few of the many great restaurants in the city.

Major recreation areas and attractions within a 100-mile radius of Rancho Cucamonga :


  1. Lake Arrowhead: A scenic mountain lake resort destination

  2. Big Bear Lake: A popular winter sports destination with ski resorts

  3. Mount Baldy: A popular hiking and skiing destination with scenic views

  4. Mount San Antonio (Mount Baldy): The highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountains

  5. San Bernardino National Forest: A vast protected area for outdoor recreation

  6. Joshua Tree National Park: A unique desert environment known for its namesake trees

  7. Angeles National Forest: A protected forest with scenic views and recreation opportunities

  8. Lake Perris State Recreation Area: A man-made lake for water sports and fishing

  9. Mount Wilson: A scenic mountain destination for hiking and astronomy observation

  10. Cleveland National Forest: A protected forest area for outdoor recreation

  11. Newport Beach: A popular beach destination with scenic harbor views

  12. Laguna Beach: A scenic beach town known for its art scene

  13. Huntington Beach: A popular surf destination with a long pier

  14. Palm Springs Resorts: A desert oasis with many luxury spa resorts

  15. Palm Springs Aerial Tramway: A scenic cable car ride up to a mountain lookout

  16. Joshua Tree Resort & Spa: A desert resort known for its unique accommodations

  17. Rancho Mirage Resort & Spa: A desert resort with golf and spa facilities

  18. Disneyland: A world-famous theme park with classic Disney attractions

  19. Disney California Adventure: A theme park showcasing California culture and history

  20. Universal Studios Hollywood: A theme park offering a behind-the-scenes look at movie-making

  21. Auto Club Speedway (Fontana): A NASCAR track with a 2-mile oval

  22. Irwindale Speedway: A motorsports venue with a 1/2-mile track

  23. San Bernardino County Fairgrounds: A large fairground for events and exhibitions

  24. Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum: A historic stadium and former home of the LA Rams and USC Trojans

  25. Dodger Stadium: A stadium for the LA Dodgers baseball team with scenic views

  26. Angel Stadium of Anaheim: A stadium for the LA Angels baseball team with a landmark "Big A" sign

  27. The Forum (Inglewood): A large concert and events venue in the LA area

  28. Staples Center (Los Angeles): A multi-purpose arena in the heart of LA for sports and entertainment.

Data and statistic references for Rancho Cucamonga, California:
  • United States Census Bureau ( - provides demographic data such as population, age, ethnicity, household income, and housing information.

  • City-Data ( - provides a comprehensive profile of Rancho Cucamonga, including data on the economy, crime rates, real estate, and education.

  • Niche ( - provides rankings and data on various aspects of life in Rancho Cucamonga, including schools, cost of living, and quality of life.

  • AreaVibes ( - provides information on the livability of Rancho Cucamonga, including data on crime rates, education, housing, and amenities.

  • OpenDataNetwork ( - provides access to open data on various aspects of life in Rancho Cucamonga, including transportation, health, and education.

  • DataUSA ( - provides data on Rancho Cucamonga, including demographics, economy, and employment statistics updated by Nathan Bragg on Jan 26 .

  • American Community Survey ( - provides annual data on a variety of socioeconomic and demographic characteristics, including income, poverty, education, and housing

Rancho Cucamonga, RE/MAX Commercial, RE/MAX Time, remax commercial, rancho  cucamonga,  nathan bragg,  commerical broker serving Rancho Cucamonga and Surrounding Markets

The Commercial Division of RE/MAX Time Realty located at 10535 Foothill Blvd in Rancho Cucamonga

For our Inland Empire RE/MAX Commercial regional team it is in an ideal location for our clients and agents for a number of reasons.

Firstly, its location right on the corner of Foothill Blvd and Haven Ave gives it excellent visibility and accessibility, making it easy for clients and customers to find.

The high traffic area of Foothill Blvd is well-known in Rancho Cucamonga and provides the commercial division with exposure to a large and diverse population.


Additionally, the surrounding area is home to a variety of businesses and amenities, making it a convenient and attractive location for those in the real estate industry. This includes restaurants, shops, banks, and other local services that make it a bustling and dynamic commercial hub.


The proximity to these businesses and services makes it an ideal location for the commercial division of RE/MAX Time Realty to do business and provide a one-stop-shop for all of their clients' real estate needs.   


With a thriving real estate market and a supportive business community, it is the ideal location to grow and succeed in the world of commercial real estate.

Contact us and let us know how we can help you.

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