If shopping is your thing, then Chinatown is one of the best spots, with art galleries, fashion stores and jewelers and many others offering a great variety of products. This vicinity has some great nightlife spots, which offer a good variety of options to suit pretty much every taste. If you appreciate the arts, you will love that Chinatown has a variety of venues to visit such as museums, performing arts spots and cinemas. Some people love cycling classes, running challenge courses and working out at sports clubs, others prefer taking in nature during a leisurely drive, but whatever your preference, this locale is full of options to keep you active. If you love good food then you are living in the right place; this location offers a vast range of restaurants to please every food lover, such as Italian, Chinese and Vietnamese. Residents here are more likely to commute on foot than on wheels, thanks to the excellent network of footpaths throughout Chinatown.
Since Chinatown has a low percentage of owner-occupied homes, your neighbors probably won't be there long term but there will always be new people for you to meet. The median income in this neighborhood is lower than average.
Chinatown's real estate market is picking up 22.8 percent by average listing price, year-over-year. Last year, the average listing price was $2,912,397 and rose to $3,575,357 in this year. Such a large surge is a positive trend for current homeowners and new buyers in the local area looking to profit from rapidly increasing property values. In the meantime, the local for-sale market inventory slightly declined 4 percent last year to reach 24 for-sale listings. The bathrooms in some homes here have a beautiful modern look with limestone tiles which go well with the sleek-looking stainless steel faucets and glass shower doors. The beautiful landscaping of many of this neighborhood's properties makes for a pleasant experience walking around the area. You'll find that several homes around here have lofts which are extraordinary space-savers, allowing home owners to maximize the potential for living space without having to add on.