comprised of many Asian retail and service-oriented businesses, especially Asian banks, as well as a number of well-known Asian restaurants.Read More
Alhambra continues to be the “gateway” to lucrative business opportunities in the west San Gabriel Valley and beyond, as well as a highly desirable community to live and work as substantiated by Livability.com., which named Alhambra in 2014 to its “Top 100 Best Places to Live” in the United States.
Alhambra placed 21st nationally and fifth among all of California’s 482 cities and towns in the Livability.com ranking. The city was noted for its strength of diversity resulting from a strong business environment including a popular international restaurant row, vibrant Asian business district, award-winning schools, and the best attributes of urban living.
The pace of economic development continues with construction projects such as Alhambra Place; Alhambra Pacific Plaza, a new facility for the Alhambra Nissan dealership - and the recently completed Casita de Zen project.
The City of Alhambra will be paving and restriping Garfield Avenue from Beacon Street to Talmage Burke Way for three nights in June.Read More