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Union City

Is it possible to enjoy both suburban tranquility and easy access to Silicon Valley? At Union City, the answer is a resounding “yes!” This city has a small-town feel that’s perfect for growing families. At the same time, it’s only 25 miles away from Silicon Valley and 31 miles from San Francisco. As such, it’s a favorite among tech workers who want a peaceful community to come home to after a hard day’s work. Union City pays close attention to quality of life as well, offering many parks, sports fields, and recreation centers for residents to enjoy. The excellent New Haven Unified School District, meanwhile, ensures that kids get an education that makes them future-ready.


Median Sales Price: $1,200,000Average Sales Price:  $1,463,033

Overview of Union City

Union City is home to some 70,000 residents and is located in Alameda County. It’s located on San Francisco Bay’s eastern shore, and occupies part of Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Park and Coyote Hills Regional Park. Interstate 880 and California State Route 84 link the city to Silicon Valley. Around 65% of residents own their homes and the city is classified as a dense suburban city by

Highlights of the locale

  • Coyote Hills Regional Park — Passionate about the outdoors? Then this 1,200-acre park is the place to hike, bike, and jog to your heart’s content.
  • The Union City Farmers’ Market — For the freshest produce in the Bay Area, head over to this beloved farmers’ market which is held every Saturday at the Alvarado Historic District.
  • Dry Creek Cottage and Gardens — One of Union City’s best-kept secrets, this attraction traces history through botany with its impressive collection of plants and blooms.
Your dream home in Union City awaits! Please give us a call 925.200.6829 or send an email to HomesByRinetti(at)yahoo(dotted)com so we can help you.

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