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California is the top “sustainable” state in the nation and the Central Coast boasts some of the best air quality in the country.

California’s Picturesque and Productive Coast

Billed as the location of “The Original Road Trip,” California’s Central Coast is home to scenic drives and some of the best agricultural land in the country. The Central Coast stretches 350 miles from Santa Clara County, just south of San Francisco, to Ventura County, just north of Los Angeles. The Central Coast not only provides stunning scenery, but is also a great place to do business.
 

Agriculture Hub

Ideal climate, rich soil and a robust infrastructure are all advantages that the Central Coast of California enjoys. This region produces roughly 80% of the lettuce that is consumed globally, earning it the name the “Salad Bowl of the World.”
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Research & Development Friendly

The Central Coast is home to many world-class educational institutions and labs. Research is currently being conducted in the region on the world’s most critical industries, including agriculture, aquaculture/marine biology, technology, energy and sustainability. The Central Coast of California is also an ideal and innovative environment for R&D organizations.
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High Tech Hotbed

Just south of Silicon Valley, the innovation capital of the world, the Central Coast is home to a young and talented workforce.
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Centrally Located, Easily Accessible

Just like its name, the Central Coast is located within easy driving distance of many major California cities, and enjoys multiple transportation options, including road, rail and air, along with proximity to two major sea ports. Its main corridor, Hwy. 101, connects California to Canada and Mexico, offering easy access to international business.
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