Santa Clara Commercial Real Estate Off Market

Santa Clara

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Santa Clara Office & Commercial Space

The city of Santa Clara features a residential population of approximately 120,000 inhabitants and is located within Santa Clara County in the state of California. Situated within the heart of the fabled Silicon Valley, Santa Clara is currently home to a diverse array of tech-oriented companies, many of which are dramatically reshaping what is possible in our world today. Those hoping to establish a business in Santa Clara will likely be able to take advantage of the vibrant local economy here and find rental properties for lease that perfectly suit their needs. Both office space for rent and commercial space for rent can be found throughout the various neighborhood zones of Santa Clara. Retail and office-based businesses have been known to thrive in this particular region of the state.

Santa Clara Economic Overview

Median household income levels in Santa Clara are markedly above state averages. Because of this, Santa Clara is commonly considered a home for middle class / upper-middle class individuals, the vast majority of whom are employed in industries ranging from the professional, scientific and technical services to electronics and manufacturing. Unemployment levels in Santa Clara are also significantly below state averages. This is likely due to the fact that several large international and domestic companies are based within the city limits here, including Intel, Applied Materials and Texas Instruments, among others. Santa Clara is often the recipient of extensive investment from various business groups keen on backing one of several high-tech pursuits taking place in the city.

Santa Clara At A Glance

Santa Clara was first incorporated as town in 1852, and was later state-chartered in 1862. Although the local economy was focused on agricultural production for well over a century, the city has since developed into one of the world’s leading tech hubs. Notable points of interest in Santa Clara include the Santa Clara Convention Center and the California's Great America amusement park. Demographically, Santa Clara is predominantly Caucasian, but also hosts a diverse array of individuals from various ethnic heritages.

Where to Lease in Santa Clara

Due to the relatively small geographical size of Santa Clara, it is likely that individuals hoping to find rental properties for lease here will be able to enjoy all of the economic opportunities the city has to offer regardless of their particular location. The affluence of the area ensures that retail endeavors will have an abundance of support from local consumers.

Market Data

Real time and historical data on commercial real estate listings in Santa Clara.