Huntington Beach CA Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments
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Almost Home offers a wide variety of Huntington Beach, CA corporate housing options for every short or long term furnished apartment need you may have. Call us today to receive a temporary housing quote customized just for you in your desired area of the city.
First Time in Huntington Beach, CA
We wish to help familiarize potential newcomers to life in Huntington Beach and therefore provide the following informative summary of various aspects of this city. Take a few minutes to acquire the knowledge of a long-time resident before you arrive.
Huntington Beach, CA corporate housing residents in town on business might enjoy some information about the city’s business environment. Huntington Beach has two major revenue sources, and these form the basis of its economy. The first is oil and gas; and, the second is the tourism industry. The source of Huntington Beach's oil and gas reserves has a finite lifespan as the reserves, currently in the wells below, are diminishing. The current rate of extraction in Huntington Beach is reducing, a very positive trend.Huntington Beach has other oil and gas assets including an oil terminus for tankers. The oil terminus allows tankers to offload oil which is then moved via pipeline to Santa Fe for processing.Huntington's other revenue source is tourism and that is continuously being developed. There are numerous hotel projects planned along US Highway 1, or better known as the Pacific Coast Highway. The hotels will have spectacular view of the Pacific.
Knowing what wardrobe bring with you to your Huntington Beach, CA furnished apartment is somewhat dependent on the local climate. Huntington Beach experiences a Mediterranean climate with mild springs, warm summers and cool winters. Spring temperatures range from lows of 54°F in April to highs of 66° in May. Summers are warm and humid, reaching a high of 73° in August. Fall cools down to between highs of 73° in September to lows of 52° in November. Winter stretches from December to March, with the coldest of 48° occurring in December and January. So, be sure to dress right and then venture out of your Huntington Beach, CA corporate apartment to enjoy the myriad outdoor activities that this area offers.
Being a temporary resident in Huntington Beach, CA corporate housing need not doom you to feeling like a complete outsider. Acquaint yourself with Huntington Beach’s history by reading our brief historical summary provided below.Prior to Manuel Nieto's arrival there are traces of the Tongva tribes settling in the Huntington Beach area. Nieto arrived with a Spanish Land grant for 300,000 acres in 1784. It was then named Rancho Los Nietos. After a dispute with the Mission San Gabriel, Nieto saw his holdings reduced, but the reminding land area was still significant. It subsequently went through a number of names including Shell Beach and various other names before settling on Huntington Beach during its incorporation as a city on February 17, 1909.An amusing turn to the historic events of Huntington Beach happened when a local encyclopedia company gave away parcels of land, free with the purchase of a set of encyclopedia. The price of the encyclopedia was only $126. Shortly after the land was given away, the new area was found to have oil deposits below their property. Large oil field development in the area followed the discovery.
Places to Eat in Huntington Beach
All of Almost Home’s Huntington Beach, CA furnished apartments have fully equipped kitchens, making cooking enjoyable and easy. However, many of our residents still enjoy dining out from time to time. You might want to give the following restaurants a try:
- Duke's Huntington Beach on Pacific Coast Highway: Duke's is a slightly upscale restaurant that overlooks the coastline. They serve fresh catch and other seafood together with a good selection of beef cuts. Cooking style is typical Americana and the portions are healthy with great salads on the side.
- Spark Woodfire Grill on Pacific Coast Highway: Another great place with a fantastic view. It's best to be there when the sun is up or enjoy the sunset. The food is magnificent with generous portions and tasty sauces. The service staff are cordial but not overly familiar, and leave you to your guest at the right moments.
- B.J's Restaurant & Brewhouse on Main St: This is a great place to meet people and hang out. The atmosphere is suited for long evenings that start with drinks and goes into dinner. The waiters are fully conversant with the menu and the drinks. They work fast and handle the crowds very well. The only downside is that it's not on Pacific Coast Highway.
- Zimzala on Pacific Coast Highway: This is a great place to relax and have a few drinks before dinner. The place is known to be a little pricy but the view, the staff and the food, make it all worth it. Happy hour here is packed and rightfully so, the cocktails and snacks are popular. One of the favorites here are the Soft House made Pretzels topped with Sea Salt and served with Stone IPA Beer cheese.
- Sandy's on Pacific Coast Highway: They are right on the boardwalk and serve interesting menus with things like lobster tacos and surf burgers. The service is well coordinated and the wait staff are efficient.
Things to do in Huntington Beach
Stepping out of your Huntington Beach, CA temporary housing is bound to present you with numerous interesting activities. We have listed a few possible entertainment options that may appeal to you.
Whatever your reason for visiting Huntington Beach, Almost Home Corporate Housing is your best choice to provide you with a Huntington Beach, CA furnished apartment that is perfectly tailored to meet your unique housing needs. Call us today to receive a quote or fill out our simple housing request form at the top of this page.
- Museum: The International Surfing Museum on Olive Ave is an interesting look at the sport of surfing. Huntington Beach is one of the popular places in the country for surfing and this museum is appropriately situated.
- Theater: The Academy of The Performing Arts has numerous shows every year including performances like the Chorus Line, Sounds of the Season and Fusion. The theater is small but well built with clear acoustics and comfortable seating.
- Shopping: Bella Terra is the one stop location for most of your shopping, dining and movie-going needs. You will find Kohl's, Burlington, Staples and even a Costco within the mall area. There is plenty of food like California Pizza Kitchen, Corner Bakery and Buffalo Wild Wings.
- Golf: A great place to play when you're in town is the Sea Cliff Country Club, a championship course with 18 hole stretching 7000 feet along tree lined fairways and manicured sand traps. There is even a pool at the end of the back nine to cool off.
- Parks: Huntington Beach Central Park in Goldenwest St is a 350 acre park that has open grounds lined with lush trees, picnic facilities as also as a dog park and an amphitheater. There are even equestrian trails.
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