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HAWAIIAN GARDENS, CA, FOR RENT, FOR LEASE
As a rest stop in the 1920’s, Hawaiian Gardens owes its name to a local fruit stand
owner who built a bamboo framed shack covered with palm leaves. Previously a rural area,
it was their main landmark for many years. The name stuck as the small town, that now has
several residential rental properties for rent, grew up around it. This mecca of multifamily
properties for rent is central to downtown Los Angeles ’s booming economic core, but sits away
from the confines, costs and confusion of the urban metropolis.
As one of seven Los Angeles County cities that allow casino gambling, more than $9.2
million (65%) of the city's revenue comes from the Hawaiian Gardens Casino. The city’s second
largest major employer, the Tri-City Medical Center has nearly 350 physicians and surgeons
serving and investing in the community. Hawaiian Gardens has a residential rental property
inventory that meets both family and executive housing demands at prices that are favorable
compared to Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Attractive to renters of residential rental
properties, the city has stable quality neighborhoods with a low crime rate.
Renters of duplex, triplex, fourplex and multifamily properties can capitalize off of the
small town’s landscape, as Hawaiian Gardens is approximately 99% built out. Due to this, the
city’s intention is to guide redevelopment towards revitalization and pedestrian friendly districts,
harmonious with residential and non-residential uses.
A key aspect to look for in your next multifamily rental property is a location in a city
with growth. With approximately 16,400 residents, Hawaiian Gardens has a steady and stable
population growth and the number of residents is estimated to increase by 6% in the next ten
years. Located immediately off the 605 freeway, with over 200,000 AADT (Average Annual
Daily Trips) trips per day in both directions, Hawaiian Gardens continues to be a popular way
stop providing shopping, fine dining and accommodations. Hawaiian Gardens is geographically
attractive to renters of duplex, triplex, fourplex and multifamily properties. This attractiveness
stems from those who are looking to benefit from the draw of existing commercial, hotel, and
restaurant developments as well as the expanding casino and brand new bingo hall.
Hawaiian Gardens, a city without rent control, is central to three major freeways, with
great airport access; 22 miles to Los Angeles Airport, 20 miles to Santa Ana Airport, 10 miles to
the Long Beach Airport, and 37 miles to the Ontario Airport. Additionally, Hawaiian Gardens is
only 20 miles from the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors .
Located in the ABC Unified School District , Hawaiian Gardens and its multifamily
property residences feeds five high schools, one junior high school within the city, and two
elementary schools. Three different bus lines serve the city including Long Beach Transit,
Orange County Transportation Authority, and Metro. Only 9/10 square mile, the city is packed
with three parks and is home to the Robert E. Lee Activity Center, designed to provide a variety
of leisure, recreational and cultural activities for the entire community.
A small town with big charm, try your luck with us and place a sure bet on a rent of your
next duplex, triplex, fourplex and multifamily property in Hawaiian Gardens .
This information was gathered from Wikipedia, hgcity.org, citydata.com
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