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About 677 N Park Ave Pomona, CA 91768
BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED Historic Apartment with great natural light (Pomona) Boardwalk & Park Place Apartments welcomes you to our beautifully remodeled community, mixing renovated historic design with modern amenities. We are now offering a 1+1 unit with great natural light. Enjoy the best of apartment living in an unbeatable location close to everything…. EASY ACCESS LOCATION TO 10 & 71 FWYS AND METRO: * 8 blocks from 10 Freeway! * 6 minutes from 71 Freeway! * ½ mi to Metrolink Pomona Downtown station! A FEW BLOCKS FROM DOWNTOWN POMONA: Walking distance/short drive to: Starbucks, Walgreens, grocery stores, restaurants & many shops/services. * Also ideal for students, just a few miles from Claremont Colleges & Pomona College and University of LaVerne. GORGEOUS HISTORIC ARCHITECTURE & COMMUNITY OFFERINGS: Terracotta tile roofs, charming interior courtyards and lush landscaping create a warm community feeling and cool vibe. * Parking * Laundry room * Very well-maintained building. MODERN UNIT FEATURES: * Brand new kitchen w/ dishwasher * Hardwood floors & tile throughout * Upgraded bathroom & fixtures * Lots of closet space * Amazing natural light * Patios (some units).
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- Laundry Facilities
- Smoke Free
Dogs and Cats Allowed
- 12 Months
- •Laundry Facilities
- •Smoke Free
City - Pomona
Tucked in the Pomona Valley and surrounded by mountains, Pomona's views are spectacular -- especially those of Mount Baldy, the highest peak in the San Gabriel Mountains. Pomona is a busy city and a college town, home to Cal Poly Pomona, Western University of Health Sciences, and Western University College of Veterinary Medicine. The Claremont Colleges and Mt. San Antonio College are both located just outside of the city.
The new settlement was named through a contest held in 1875; Pomona was the ancient Roman goddess of fruit, so the name fits -- Pomona eventually became known as the "Queen of the Citrus Belt." Today, the city features several historic buildings, including the Art Deco Pomona Fox Theater, which opened in 1931. The fully-restored theater is surrounded by restaurants, pubs, shops, and art galleries in Downtown Pomona's Arts Colony.