Even during the 2010 recession, when foreclosures were high, new homes were still being built in the City of Arcadia. Property values were on the rise, higher than any other city in Los Angeles County. Most new homes built range from 3,000 to 6,000 square feet, and one is still able to find those in excess of 10,000 square feet. A strong resale value of luxury homes keeps the city growing. Arcadia still sees a demand for new construction, both in homes and in retail facilities.
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Arcadia has the best in medical services through Methodist Hospital of Southern California. The SafeCare Group has named Methodist Hospital in Arcadia among the Top 1% of all hospitals in the country for four consecutive years for patient safety. Hospital services include maternity care, stroke care, orthopedic surgery, heart care, neurosurgery and cancer care as well as an emergency department where more than 50,000 patients are treated each year.
Arcadia also has numerous top-notch senior living and retirement facilities, along with a beautiful community center that plays host to many different classes and activities geared towards the city’s senior residents. Senior Services also organizes full-day trips and other outings offered at affordable prices. Some workshops are even offered for free.