Marina del Rey

A seaside retreat is often any persons ideal getaway. There’s just something about that salty breeze and the magnitude of deep blue waters that calms the soul leaving one refreshed, ready to start anew. For those who live in Marina del Rey, a census-designated place in Los Angeles, staying close to the coast isn’t just a vacation, it’s a lifestyle.

Spanish for Seacoast of the King, Marina del Rey is the largest man-made harbor in the world filled with small boats that find shelter within its calm waters. Looking towards the harbor you’ll see all the little boats, about 7,000 of them, anxious to set sail in the Pacific Ocean. While if you gaze towards the opposite direction glistening high-rises of office space and residences reflect the life of the marina and the ocean they look down upon.

Marina del Rey is a fantastic community to live in. Within its total area of 1.5 square miles are a variety of excellent dining options, shopping, and outdoor fun. It is a paradise for those who love the sea and is a marvel to behold. The marina itself took more than 75 years to be completed and is now the place where people go to rent a boat, cruise the deep, or chill out on a deck. For those who want to feel sand between their toes, Marina del Rey has a small beach and is minutes away from Venice Beach where you can skate, bike, stroll, or sun yourself until you are content.

As of the U.S. Census of 2000, Marina del Rey has a population of 8,176. These lucky folks live the dream life in an extremely desirable community where they can spend the afternoons gazing at the sea from their oceanfront apartments and condominiums.


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