Redwood City is a dynamic community located on the San Francisco Peninsula, about 27 miles south of San Francisco and 24 miles north of San Jose.  With incorporated and unincorporated neighborhoods spanning from Emerald Hills to Redwood Shores, its geography is varied, ranging from hilly neighborhoods on the west side, to the more recently developed contemporary neighborhoods in the east.

$1,720,932

AVERAGE

HOME PRICE

86,685

POPULATION

$992

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQFT

26

AVERAGE DAYS

ON MARKET

30,088

NUMER OF

HOMES

8

NUMBER OF

NEIGHBORHOODS

REDWOOD CITY

About Redwood City

Redwood City is a very diverse cosmopolitan city and a newly popular destination on the Peninsula.  Between the gentrification of several older neighborhoods and a great deal of new construction downtown, Redwood City has quickly become the destination of choice for professionals, young families, and retirees alike.  The city occupies 34.7 square miles, and 86,000 residents make Redwood City their home.

Downtown Redwood City is a bustling hot spot distinguished by its trendy shops and restaurants, as well as the Century and Fox Theatres.  The beautiful courthouse steps offer a lovely venue to enjoy coffee or an outdoor concert on a warm summer evening.  The San Mateo County seat is located here, as are the headquarters for several technology companies including Oracle and Electronic Arts.  An arts, culture, and entertainments hub, Downtown Redwood City is always a lively destination, day or night.

Acting as a vibrant resource for the community, the Redwood City Parks & Recreation Department provides camps, classes, after school solutions, sports leagues, and events for hundreds of thousands of residents.  From little learners to seniors, Redwood City is committed to promoting community wellness.  The city enjoys over 30 unique parks large and small, including off-leash dog parks and a skate park.  In addition, Redwood City has two outdoor pools that are operated seasonally during the summer.  Redwood City hosts a number of community building events throughout the year.  Its annual Independence Day Parade is a favorite throughout the entire Peninsula.

Neighborhoods

Central Park/Woodside Plaza
Clifford Heights
Cordilleras Heights/Emerald Hills
Dumbarton
Farm Hills Estates
Highschool Acres
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Transportation

Transportation in Burlingame is exceptionally convenient.  The city is positioned just moments from San Francisco International Airport, with accessible Caltrain and BART stops, as well as five free shuttles that serve the city.

Schools

Redwood City’s elementary and middle schools are operated by the Redwood City School District.  They include Adelante Spanish Immersion School, Clifford Elementary, Fair Oaks Community School, Garfield Elementary, Hawes Elementary, Henry Ford Elementary, Hoover Elementary, John F. Kennedy Middle School, John Gill Elementary, McKinley Institute of Technology, Orion Alternative School, Roosevelt Elementary, Roy Cloud Elementary, Selby Lane Elementary, Taft Community School, and North Star Academy.  State preschools are run through the Childhood Development Center.  There are several public high schools operated through the Sequoia Union High School District, including the comprehensive Sequoia High School, Woodside High School, Summit Preparatory Charter High School, Everest Public High School, and Redwood High School’s Continuation School.  Redwood City has one community collegeCañada College, in the neighboring town of Woodside.  The Peninsula Library System has four branches in Redwood City, including the Downtown, Fair Oaks, Redwood Shores, and Schaberg locations.