Known for its status as a prosperous and highly educated small town found within Santa Clara County, Cupertino is composed of several neighborhoods and divided subdivisions. Many consider Cupertino the heart of Silicon Valley due to its location as well as its reflection of the demographics - affluent, youthful high-income professionals and executives - that live and work in the region and in this city.
Additionally, Cupertino also holds popularity as a hub for families seeking suburban housing in close proximity to several technology based employers, Apple Inc. as one of the most notable. In terms of Real Estate development, Cupertino has maintained relatively high home values in the past and present.
Employers of this city are mainly compromised of school districts and tech based companies. District employers include Cupertino Union, Fremont Union School District, and the Foothill-De Anza Community College District. Apart from Apple, Inc. there is also Seagate Technology whom employs a generous piece of the cities population.
Geographically, Cupertino is found in the western edge of the valley bound between San Jose and Santa Clara. It spans to the base of the Santa Cruz mountains and has Saratoga to the south and Sunnyvale and Los Altos to the north.
Historically, the modern day boundaries of the city were mainly composed of orchards and land used for growing fruits and other agriculture endeavors during the 19th century. In the mid 20th century, the development of Cupertino's first housing tract as a result of the electric railway construction in addition to the merging of the city's largest landowners in the development of VALLCO a business and industrial park in the 1960's and later its neighboring shopping centers.
A majority of the housing developed post 1960's include some of its oldest housing tracts - Monta Vista, Rancho Rinconada, and later neighborhoods such as Seven Springs, Oak Valley were both developed or annexed by its expansion.
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