14 Reviews
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Christy Selvidge-Hutchins
· November 13, 2015
This new home is starting to come together! The kindness of the staff at Las Palmas Apartment Community has been beyond expectation! This is a new transition in my life and not an easy one. Thank God ...for placing me in a place where I feel safe, at home, and taken care of. Moving from a 3 bedroom house to an apartment is not easy. The staff especially Crystal and Juan are making this process comfortable. See More
Flávio Apro
· September 1, 2015
My wife and I lived in Las Palmas Fullerton for one year, period that I had studied at Cal State Fullerton. That was one of the best times in our lives: nice and quiet apartment, good neighborhood, ex...cellent management, effective maintenance. Next time in California, we'll certainly try to be back there. The best guys in the staff.
Highly reccomended!
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Lisa Steiner
· June 18, 2016
Great place to live. We loved all the amenities and that pets are allowed. The front office staff is so helpful and anytime we needed something they were prompt and efficient.
Kaile Shafer
· July 7, 2013
This has been "home" for our family. Unfortunately, a program is ending and we are sad to say we will be moving in November. The staff is awesome, always cheerful and ready to help. Everyone will be m...issed. I've made a great friend, who lives here as well. In fact, she's our downstairs neighbor. Kathy you will be immensely missed. Thank you for allowing us to call Las Palmas home for the past 15 years! See More
Edgar Gonzalez
· October 29, 2015
My family and I have been here for about a year now and we've never felt more at home!!
Lauren Cameron
· February 17, 2015
My favorite place to live so far. It was always so quiet and the landscape was always kept beautifully. I miss Las Palmas. ❤️

High schoolers thoughtfully design an outdoor seating area for their community.

Youth Art Exchange youth architects, Kali Gordon and Chris Wood, developed an innovated modern parklet design utilizing reclaimed cedar and conduit pipes.

Bring a little magic home.

Now you can deck your whole house in Disney.

Ready to redecorate?

In the words of House Tour Editor Adrienne Breaux: This makes me want to decorate my whole life.

Chicken soup for the soul.

This thick and creamy chicken pot pie soup recipe is loaded with chunks of chicken breast, potatoes, carrots and peas and topped with crispy pie crust crackers - it's the soup version of your favorite chicken pot pie!

Snacks on snacks on snacks for #superbowl52!

Protip: It's all about the presentation.

Apartment brought to life with some cute plants.

It's a peaceful retreat for this couple, filled with plants and love.

Shoutout to all the great roomies!

Living alone isn't all it's cracked up to be.

Two-toned kitchens will be big.

Some of these might look a little familiar, but we also think there are some surprising things in store this year.

Great opportunity to revamp your living room!

Add a dash of style to those windows and floors for less (until tomorrow).

Hoping everyone affected by the #bombcyclone stays safe and warm!

As temperatures drop across the country, many of us bundle up or simply choose to stay inside to avoid the freezing cold. However, for the nation's homeless staying indoors and warm is not always an option.

New year, new you. What are your goals for 2018?

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"Encourage kids to take risks."

Julie Lythcott-Haims is the opposite of a helicopter parent, and she has numerous strategies for raising kids into capable adults.

Make 2018 the year your apartment stays sparkling!

Launch your home keeping efforts to the next level.