City Intro – Rowland Heights

City Intro – Rowland Heights

Rowland Heights is an unincorporated community in Los Angeles County, California. Covers an area of ​​approximately 30 square kilometers (11.4 square miles). The statistical population in 2000 was 48,553. Asians accounted for 55%, whites accounted for 11.6%, Hispanic or Latinos accounted for 30.6% of the population, and other ethnic groups accounted for 2.8%. The annual median household income is approximately $ 64,986. The median family house price is $ 461,614.

Rowland Heights is 25 miles from downtown Los Angeles and less than an hour’s drive from many of Los Angeles’ famous attractions. There is a beautiful and peaceful residential area, but also convenient and diverse shopping options.

Since the late 1980s, many middle-class immigrants from Taiwan and South Korea have moved here, and Rowland Heights has also attracted many immigrants from mainland China. Many people have moved here from Alhambra and Monterey Park, where the original Chinese were gathered. Since these cities are located west of Rowland Heights, Rowland Heights and the adjacent Hagang, Walnut City and Diamond Bar, Chino Gang and other cities are collectively referred to as the Eastern District.

There are many Chinese supermarkets here, and there are a variety of restaurants, doctors’ clinics, and beauty salons that are convenient for Chinese living. It has become a commercial center in the East District of the Los Angeles area where Chinese are gathered. Not only are there various Chinese supermarkets, but there are many Koreans Companies and restaurants, and some lower-income newcomers and Mexican-dwellers in the residential area behind the Hong Kong supermarket, live here. On the hill of Luolangang, there is a high-end residential area with iron gate guards. House prices range from 700,000 to 1 million. They are all houses built after 1995, with an average of 2,500 feet to 4,000. ruler. It belongs to the quiet area. Most Chinese prefer to choose a house in a city far from the noise.

Since the late 1980s, many middle-class immigrants from Taiwan and South Korea have moved here, and Rowland Heights has also attracted many immigrants from mainland China. Many people have moved here from Alhambra and Monterey Park, where the original Chinese were gathered. Since these cities are located west of Rowland Heights, Rowland Heights and the adjacent Hagang, Walnut City and Diamond Bar, Chino Gang and other cities are collectively referred to as the Eastern District.

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