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The city of Palo Alto, CA has a population of 65,998 and a population density of 2,765 people per square mile. There are a total of 18 Palo Alto, CA neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Professorville and the largest neighhorhood by population is Midtown. The Palo Alto, CA neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

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Palo Alto is a charter city located near Stanford University in the northwest part of Santa Clara County, California (An area in the San Francisco Bay region of the United States). Residents of Palo Alto reside about 14 miles from San Jose and 35 miles from San Francisco. Being close to Stanford University, Palo Alto is not only one of the most expensive places to live but considered the most educated in the United States. It also has a variety of attractions to sight-see and enjoy such as: Cantor Arts Center, Hoover Tower, Elizabeth F. Gamble Garden, Junior Zoo and Museum, Palo Alto Golf Course, San Francisco Bay, etc.

Duveneck-Saint Francis

Located in northern Palo Alto, off the intersection of Bayshore Freeway and Oregon Expressway, is the safe, family friendly suburb of Duveneck-Saint Francis. This peaceful, clean environment tends to attract older home-buyers, making the average age of residents in this area 50 years old. The average living cost of Duveneck-Saint Francis is around 2 million dollars. This average cost is lower than most in the Palo Alto area, lower than University South and higher than Charleston Meadow, making it an adequate, ideal area to call home. Duveneck-Saint Francis is only 8 minutes from Downtown Palo Alto's grocery stores and shops, only 20 minutes from Downtown San Jose, and only 30 minutes from Downtown San Mateo. Popular nearby restaurants include: Chef Zhao Kitchen, Dinah's Poolside Restaurant, Caffe Riace, Italico Restaurant, Pizzeria Delfina, Cafe Pro Bono, and more. Popular landmarks and attractions around Duveneck-Saint Francis include: Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery, Person-Arastradero Preserve, Undiscovered Country Bike Tours, Stanford University Stadium, etc.

University South

On the west side of Duveneck-Saint Francis in Palo Alto, off the intersection of Bayshore Freeway and Oregon Expressway, is another safe, family friendly suburb called University South. This upscale, peaceful environment tends to attract more renters than buyers making its residents more diverse. The average living cost of University South is around 2 million dollars. Though the average cost is higher than most in the Palo Alto area, higher than Duveneck-Saint Francis and Charleston Meadow, its price is suitable for the quality and features of homes in University South making it a top place to live. Most residents in this area tend to rent out rather than buy homes in order to save money paying about $2000 a month. University South is only 2 minutes from Downtown Palo Alto's grocery stores and shops, only 29 minutes from Downtown San Jose, and only 18 minutes from Downtown San Mateo. Popular nearby restaurants include: Pluto's, Sushirrito, LYFE Kitchen, Curry Up Now, and more. Popular landmarks and attractions around University South include: Landmark Aquarius Theater, Hoover Park, El Palo Alto Park, My Luxury Flights, etc.

Charleston Meadow

South of University South in Palo Alto, off the intersection of Interstate 82 and Arastradero Road, is the peaceful, diverse family friendly suburb of Charleston Meadow. This safe, clean environment tends to attract older home-buyers and renters, making the average age of residents in this area 44 years old. The average living cost of Charleston Meadow is around 1 million dollars. This average cost is lower than most in the Palo Alto area, lower than University South and Charleston Meadow, making it an affordable, yet beautiful area to call home. Charleston Meadow is only 16 minutes from Downtown Palo Alto's grocery stores and shops, only 27 minutes from Downtown San Jose, and only 24 minutes from Downtown San Mateo. Popular nearby restaurants include: Sushi Tomo, Pizz'a Chicago, Sweetgreen, Ada's Cafe, Pieology Pizzeria, Vitality Bowls Palo Alto, and more. Popular landmarks and attractions around Charleston Meadow include: CineArts Palo Alto Square, Landmark Aquarius Theater, etc.