The Core on Foothill
Luxury Apartments in Rancho Cucamonga
What matters most is you. That's our CORE strength and priority. We've created a new, curated and innovative apartment community that is centered on your life. The CORE at Foothill is a modern experience that you can feel both inside and outside. It's about living fully, stylishly, and spaciously. Welcome to a complete living experience like no other. Put your best foot forward at The CORE on Foothill.
Rancho Cucamonga was a 13,045-acre (20.383 sq mi; 52.79 km2) Mexican land grant in present-day San Bernardino County, California, given in 1839 to the dedicated soldier, smuggler and politician Tiburcio Tapia by Mexican governor Juan Bautista Alvarado. The grant formed parts of present-day California cities Rancho Cucamonga and Upland. It extended easterly from San Antonio Creek to what is now Hermosa Avenue, and from today's Eighth Street to the mountains. == History == The Mission San Gabriel established the Rancho Cucamonga as a site for grazing their cattle. In 1839, the rancho was granted by the Mexican governor of California to Tiburcio Tapia, a wealthy Los Angeles merchant.