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About Parc Crossings HOA

The Parc Crossings Homeowners Association was established to market and manage the property. The HOA is administrated by Tri–State Enterprises, Inc, one of the premier property management organizations in the Bay Area. Amongst other services, the HOA through Tri–State provides: weekly site inspections, complete record keeping, and 24/7 person–to–person accessibility and support to handle emergencies, maintenance, and complaints. The HOA enhances property values and tenant satisfaction, while lowering property maintenance costs.

Parc Crossings is an up–scale, gated condominium community built in 1999. It features large lawns and courtyard areas, childrens’ play area, additional storage, concrete slab foundations, electronic security features including gates to the large underground parking garage, elevators, pool, sauna and pool house/community room, unique vintage garden and patio area art features, and plenty of nearby street parking. Community areas are tree–lined and well–maintained.

Parc Crossings, Mountain View

The condominium complex is located at 2255 Showers Drive, Mountain View, California 94040, right across the street from the Cal Train San Antonio station allowing for an easy commute to cities through the San Francisco Peninsula. It’s in the family–oriented neighborhood, The Crossings, in the San Antonio region of Mountain View (named for its views of the Santa Cruz Mountains) in Santa Clara County.

The local schools are in the Mountain View–Los Altos Union School District, the Mountain View–Los Altos Union High School District, and the Los Altos Elementary School District.

Grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, and other retail and service establishments are located within walking distance. Parc Crossings is also conveniently located near the downtowns of both Los Altos and Mountain View, two community–supported and loved downtowns. You’ll find high–end shopping and services, art, entertainment, boutiques, a wide range of restaurants covering many styles and price points, weekly farmers– markets, and pedestrian–friendly streets.

Mountain View is in the heart of Silicon Valley and is home to many high–tech companies and high–tech destinations such as the Computer History Museum, Moffett Field Historical Society Museum, NASA Ames Visitor Center, and Google Android Lawn Statues.

The area claims many neighborhood parks and also the large Shoreline Park — excellent for walking, birding, biking, dog walking — which runs along the edges of San Francisco Bay. A pedestrian and bike trail runs along Stevens Creek Park, a public trail which runs from the Bay, through Mountain View, to the Santa Cruz Mountain foothills.

Today residents enjoy all the benefits of Silicon Valley’s industry, location, and climate. Wide–ranging actives include family–friendly options and often feature the extraordinary historical, entrepreneurial, and cultural heritage of the area.