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Why We Love the Bay Area

July 12th, 2016

The Plaza is known for its convenient location when it comes to the long list of events happening area. Since summer is in full swing, there’s seemingly endless opportunities at your disposal in regards to entertainment and fun. With this being said, here’s a look at why The Plaza is an excellent location for Bay Area lovers.

Bay Area Landmarks

The Bay Area has an impressive list of landmarks such as:

  • The Golden Gate Bridge – Being one of the most prolific bridges in history, The Golden Gate Bridge is an architectural wonder. Being built in 1936, The Golden Gate Bridge has accumulated a few world records since its creation (such as the World’s Longest and Highest Bridge Over A Body of Water). Long story short, it must be seen to be believed!
  • The Golden Gate Park – Golden Gate Park is known as one of the largest man made parks on Earth. Before it became the wonder it is today, the Golden Gate Park site consisted of sand dunes. It’s location was once beyond the city’s limits, but today the Golden Gate Park is known as an urban gem due to the concerts, museums, plants, trees and picnic spots that frequent the area.


If you’re a sports fan, the Bay might be the sports epicenter you’re looking for. Whether looking college or professional teams, you can easily find a baseball, football or basketball game within a stone’s throw away from the Bay. In addition to this, the Bay has also been home to many Olympic athletes (to a point whereas a hall of fame was created to keep track of them all).


Whether it be food, music or entertainment, the Bay area is light years ahead of most of the country. With the Haight and Ashbury being known as an integral part of the music scene in the 70s, it’s safe to say that you might see the next big act of tomorrow at a local bar today.

As for unconventional sports (such as surfing), feel free to ask around as the locals will gladly point you in the right direction. If you’re a motorcycle enthusiast, there’s plenty of long stretches of road to explore in a city that’s known for its consistent amazing weather.

If you’re interested in finding out what else is in store for you when it comes to apartments in Foster City, feel free to contact us today for more information.

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4 Great State Parks for Your Summer Camping Adventure

July 5th, 2016

If you’re looking for the finest luxury apartment in Foster City, The Plaza offers everything you want and more. This wonderful community offers fantastic features for every type of family. From outdoor dining to pools and fitness, every need you might have in the most elite hotel can be met year round from your own home. Families here take advantage of the excellent neighborhood and beautiful community feel. Many of the residents in this area love to take advantage of all the outdoors has to offer in the great state of California. From long days at the beach to hiking and biking, any activity you might be looking for is only a stone’s throw away.

4 State Parks for Your Outdoor Adventure

Many Foster City residents have a great affinity for the outdoors. If you’re looking for a place to take the family or to go with friends for a great weekend adventure, you should definitely visit one of these parks.

  1. Big Basin Redwoods State Park. The state’s oldest state park, Big Basin, offers beautiful Redwoods and glorious shade from the heat of the California summer. This wonderful camping area offers miles of hiking trails and is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains. This is a great location to rent lodging or bring your own RV or tent.
  2. Calaveras Big Trees State Park. There’s plenty to do at Calaveras Big Trees State Park with hiking and biking trails and plenty of space for camping. There are also lovely cabin rentals at a fair price for an affordable vacation the whole family will enjoy.
  3. Crystal Cove State Park. Enjoy the great outdoors in the California fashion. At Crystal Cove you’ll find sandy beaches, great surf and tide pools to relax near. You’ll also find wooded canyons. In Orange County, this State Park offers scuba diving and all of the adventure of the sea, along with biking and all the adventure of land.
  4. Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. A beautiful landscape for anyone who wants to be nestled among the redwoods of the Big Sur River. There’s space for camping and RVs and there are cabin rentals for your outdoor getaway.

Looking for the Best Apartment Living in Foster City?

Foster City is a wonderful location to enjoy the best life has to offer and still be able to get away to nature any time you would like. If you’re looking for the best luxury apartments in Foster City, contact us today to see which floor plans are still available at The Plaza.

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Welcome to The Plaza, a brand new collection of apartments for rent in the Pilgrim-Triton area of Foster City, California. The Plaza, managed by Sares-Regis Group, offers a unique rental opportunity with resort-style amenities including pool & spa, outdoor kitchen & cabana, zen garden, fitness center, yoga studio, wellness spa, Club Room, Billiards and more. All residences feature gourmet kitchens with stone countertops & stainless appliances, full-size washers & dryers and oversized windows. Ideally located in the Northern California Bay Area on the San Francisco Peninsula, The Plaza apartment homes for lease is near the Marina Lagoon, Central Lake, Hillsdale Shopping Center, San Mateo Bridge, Redwood Shores, Belmont, Burlingame, San Bruno, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Sunnyvale and Silicon Valley.