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Special Issue: Spring Home & Garden Guide : No Place Like Home

March 05, 1989|Clipboard researched by Kathie Bozanich and Susan Davis Greene / Los Angeles Times; Graphics by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times

Here is a city-by-city comparison of the number of housing units in Orange County in the last 2 years, listed from largest percentage growth to smallest:

Number of Units Number of Units Percent City Jan. 1, 1987 Jan. 1, 1988 Change Laguna Beach 9,764 12,811 23.8 Yorba Linda 13,897 15,170 8.4 Tustin 17,568 18,992 7.5 Placentia 12,691 13,480 5.9 San Clemente 16,100 16,916 4.8 Irvine 35,330 36,953 4.4 Unincorporated Areas 122,525 128,134 4.4 Newport Beach 33,365 34,336 2.8 San Juan Capistrano 9,286 9,534 2.6 Costa Mesa 36,335 37,282 2.5 Santa Ana 71,348 72,629 1.8 Anaheim 88,539 89,873 1.5 Orange 36,569 37,125 1.5 Stanton 10,283 10,437 1.5 La Habra 18,169 18,419 1.4 Brea 12,902 13,051 1.1 Fountain Valley 17,354 17,548 1.1 Huntington Beach 69,500 70,179 1.0 Buena Park 22,966 23,177 0.9 Westminster 25,601 25,836 0.9 Los Alamitos 4,332 4,365 0.8 Garden Grove 45,543 45,860 0.7 Fullerton 41,936 42,108 0.4 Cypress 13,880 13,928 0.3 Villa Park 1,885 1,889 0.2 La Palma 4,886 4,888 0.04 Seal Beach 14,488 14,486 -0.01 COUNTY 807,042 829,406 2.7

* There are no numbers available for Dana Point and Mission Viejo. Source: California Department of Finance

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