Charming mid-century suburban neighborhoods.
For those captivated by waterfront views, ocean breezes and an active lifestyle, Marina del Rey is an ideal location. Built in the 1950s on the wetlands of Ballona Creek, it is the largest small boat harbor in the country. This oceanside community offers both spectacular beach homes with sweeping views of the magnificent harbor and sea and charming mid-century suburban neighborhoods.
Friendly and diverse.
Residents of the seaside town are similar to those of Venice and Santa Monica but enjoy a little quieter day-to-day life as the Marina is not as busy as other seaside neighborhoods. Many residents are jetsetters and young tech entrepreneurs due to the neighborhood’s ideal proximity to Silicon Beach and LAX.
Lots of activities, great food, and friendly neighbors.
Being close to the water, residents are privy to a ton of water-centric activities as well as great shopping and dining off of Lincoln and Washington Boulevards. Just over the Venice Canals from some of Venice’s best offerings, Marina residents enjoy being close to all of the best of the Westside while relishing in the tranquility of the neighborhood.
Laidback but full of life.
Residents and visitors alike embrace an active beachy lifestyle from working out at the local Equinox to sailing out of the Marina to enjoying drinks or light bites by the Boardwalk.
Modern condos and quaint single-family homes.
With the tech boom and subsequent development boom in full effect, home and condo prices have risen over the past decade.
Tranquility and access.
Close to the ocean without the craziness of other parts of the Westside, Marina Del Rey offers laidback beachside living with easy access to the rest of the Westside.
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