Welcome to Sunnyvale – The Heart of Silicon Valley

Avi Urban, founder of the Urban Group moved into the community over 30 years ago. Enchanted with the potential of the region he began building his community and raising a family that has had a local and International impact. In 2007, Avi started Urban Realtors in celebration of this burgeoning region and has watched it become the hub of Silicon Valley, placing families into the community he loves and enjoying his clients finding success in the market. “Sunnyvale has always been a family oriented and family-centered community, offering the small-town feel with all of the amenities needed to support some of the largest corporations in the world. As a Realtor, my job is to make certain that the community supports the work-life balance of my clients, and Sunnyvale has always been a great choice”.

Sunnyvale has several neighborhoods recognized as highly desirable residential areas. The most popular include, Sunnyvale West, Snail, Ponderosa Park, Lakewood Village, and Heritage District.

There are other casual neighborhoods better known in smaller circles for their unique features or historical roots such as:

San Miguel, a residential area in the northern section of the city (including Fair Oaks Park) and is next Lakewood Village to the north and the SNAIL neighborhood to the west.

Birdland, a residential area with streets named after birds, primarily containing single family homes, occupying the south-easternmost section of the city.

Cherry Chase, a residential area with single-family homes. Cherry Chase lands used to be cherry and apricot orchards. Most houses have a heritage fruit tree in their back yards.

Sunny Arts, is a south central area, north of Fremont and west of Wolfe.

With the large number of companies headquartered or located in Sunnyvale, the city has become a magnet for high-tech professionals and employment for the industries supporting the high-tech businesses. Engineers and tech professionals are recruited from around the world as are new graduates to fill the constant need for a skilled technical workforce.

Sunnyvale county schools are highly rated for their academic excellence and extracurricular activities. There are 14 public preschool and elementary schools; four middle schools; and two high schools. There is one public charter high school, Magnolia Science Academy Santa Clara School. School Districts in Sunnyvale are Cupertino Union School District, Fremont Union High School District, Santa Clara Unified School District, and Sunnyvale School District.

There are 41 private schools, including preschool and elementary schools; nine middle schools; and three high schools.

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