Marina del Rey is Los Angeles’ coastal playground, offering a myriad fun activities on water and on land. This unincorporated community and census designated place is found in the Westside region of Los Angeles, southeast of Venice and north of Playa del Rey.
The community is home to the largest manmade small craft harbor in the world, with capacity for about 5,300 boats. The waterfront provides endless harbor views, plus great restaurants, the finest hotels, and unique attractions.
Marina del Rey also offers countless opportunities for water fun, including paddle boarding, sailing, fishing, kayaking and more. Cruising and boating are among the most popular activities in the area and the harbor is decked with yachts and boat rentals.
Marina del Rey’s residents and visitors have easy access to the world-famous beaches and attractions of nearby Venice and Santa Monica. The community is also only five miles away from Los Angeles International Airport and just a few minutes away from major freeways.
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Recreation, nightlife, shopping and dining in Marina del Rey
- Dining in Marina del Rey can be a unique experience. Killer Shrimp Restaurant gives you the chance to “Dock & Dine,” providing a public dock where you can leave your boat, kayak or paddleboard, while you enjoy a scrumptious seafood meal.
- On the coast, you’ll find some of the best restaurants in L.A. such asCafé del Rey, LocandoPositano, Charcoal Venice and Irori Sushi.
- Cruising and boating opportunities are open to everyone. Hornblower Cruises and Events offers several cruises including their popular Champagne Brunch and dinner and dance cruises. Boat rentals, fishing charters and private yacht clubsare also available.
- On land, you can enjoy biking along the Marvin Braude Coastal Bike Path that stretches 22 miles from Malibu to Torrance, encompassing the Marina.
- Fisherman’s Village offers excellent shopping and dining choices, free weekend concerts and the perfect spot to simply enjoy the harbor views.
- Other activities you can enjoy in the area include bird watching, hang gliding and bootcamping – the latest fitness craze in the neighborhood.
Marina del Rey Luxury Homes and Real Estate
Luxury is the norm in Marina del Rey real estate. The housing stock includes stunning waterfront properties with great access to the beach and the marina.
Single-family homes and estates sit on large land areas measuring upwards of 3,000 sq.ft.,and come in a wide range of styles, including Mediterranean, mid-century, contemporary, California bungalow, and others. They boast top-of-the-line appliances and fixtures, vaulted ceilings, beautiful landscaping, expansive living areas, and amenities like swimming pools and entertainment rooms.
Marina del Rey is rife with luxury condo complexes that provide more affordable but no less opulent options, with sizes that range from around 900 to 2,000 sq.ft. and up.Theyoffer resort living at its finest, with such amenities as 24-hour security, swimming pools, gyms, salons and more.
Some of the neighborhoods in Marina del Rey are:
- Marina Pointe Drive – home to the Azzurra, Regatta and Cove condo communities
- Marina CityClub
- Latitude 33
- Loyola Village
- Marina del Rey – Eastbank
- Marina del Rey – Marina/Mothers’ Beach
- Marina del Rey – Via Marina (Villa Marina East IV and V condos)
- 1046 Princeton Lofts
- 4211 Redwood
- Del Rey Lofts
- Del Rey Terrace
- Element Lofts
- Indigo Lofts
- Innove Condominiums
- Marina Strand Colonies
- R1 Brownstones
- Steel Lofts Condominiums
- The Lofts on Beach Avenue
- Villa Veletri
- West End Lofts
Marina City Club – This exclusive gated community features luxury condos and apartments in a resort setting. Amenities include a restaurant and banquet hall, tennis courts, fitness clubs, boat slips and more.
Latitude 33 – This is a community of high-rise and apartment-style condos, townhomes and single level units that spell luxury in every turn. It includes Sky Collection – a 45-unit high-rise condo, Boardwalk Collection – a mid-rise 27-unit condo, and Beach Collection – a townhouse-style condo with 50 tri-level units.
Loyola Village – This is a commercial district located at the intersection of Lincoln Boulevard and Manchester Avenue, composed of commercial and mixed-use developments, as well as single-family homes found in the southwest portion of the neighborhood.
Marina/Mother’s Beach – Marina Beach in Marina del Rey is also known as Mother’s Beach because it has a small enclosed portion ideal for swimming and wading. Properties around the beach include luxury rentals, inns and hotels.
Via Marina – This is a major thoroughfare and prime real estate location in Marina del Rey, found right across the harbor. Luxury condos, apartments and townhomes deck the area, offering elegant interiors, the finest features and amenities, and blissful waterfront views. The prestigious Villa Marina East IV and V condominiums are found here.
Marina Ponte Drive – This luxury residential strip locatedjust minutes away from the harbor is home to some of Marina del Rey’s most prestigious addresses, including the Azzura, Regata and Cove communities.
Marina del Rey East Bank – Encompassing a number of major Marina del Rey attractions, such as Fisherman’s Village, Chase Burton Park and part of Ballona Wetlands, this area offers luxurious waterfront homes, condominiums and apartments with spectacular harbor views and the easiest access to boat docks, the beach and the best amenities Marina del Rey has to offer.
1046 Princeton Lofts – This unique condominium building used to be a 60,000-square-foot warehouse until its repurposing in 2007. It now holds 30 single-level and multilevel lofts, each one with a distinct layout that combines the charm of the building’s original double bow truss ceiling with modern steel and glass features.
4211 Redwood – This luxury condominium building’s central location makes it within walking distance of the marina and the beach, as well as the shopping, dining and entertainment hubs in Marina del Rey. Each unit boasts an enclosed private balcony, spacious living areas and top-of-the line features and amenities.
Del Rey Lofts – Also known as G1 Living, Del Rey Lofts is found at 4115 Glencoe Avenue, right at the heart of the Del Rey Arts District and just minutes away from the marina and Abbot Kinney Boulevard. This collection of architectural lofts boasts such plush features as wood floors, gourmet kitchens, frameless cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
Del Rey Terrace – This luxurious 4-story condominium complex offers studio to 3-bedroom units with sizes ranging from 500 to almost 1,450 square feet. Centrally located at Marina del Rey’s Art District, if offers easy access to the trendy shops, boutiques and restaurants on Washington Boulevard.
Element Lofts – Located at 4141 Glencoe Avenue, this 5-story residential building was designed by the world-famous John Liang Homes, and features energy-efficient pre-cast concrete lofts – the only one of its kind in Los Angeles. It boasts spacious one-bedroom units with open, non-partitioned living space.
Indigo Lofts – Found in the heart of Marina del Rey Loft District, this condominium building features a contemporary design and 77 luxury homes with sleek interiors and the finest finishes.
Innove Condominiums – Built in 2013 at 13337 Beach Avenue, this 3-story condominium complex offers 2 and 3 bedroom flats in 8 floor plans, two-story homes, and live/work spaces. Boasting topnotch finishes and amenities like open courtyards, a rooftop deck and yoga meditation room, Innove Condominiums offer a complete lifestyle in one of the region’s most desirable locations.
Marina Strand Colonies – This exclusive community is composed of 3 condominium complexes, each with its own amenities like a swimming pool, a gym, a tennis court and more. Featuring 1 to 3 bedroom units with sizes ranging from 1,411 to 2,400 square feet, you get to choose the home that best fits your needs and lifestyle.
R1 Brownstones – Located at the Del Rey Arts District, this condominium complex features 49 multi-level courtyard residences with open floor plans, high ceilings and large windows, providing plenty of air and sunlight. Each unit comes with a rooftop deck, a balcony and/or enclosed yard.
Steel Lofts Condominiums – Built in 2006 at 13320 Beach Avenue, this 28-unit condominium complex features an interesting solid steel construction. The loft residences come in sizes ranging from around 1,300 to 2,000 square feet, and boast high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and airy open floor plans. Some units come with a patio deck and 2-car parking.
The Lofts on Beach Avenue – Found at the heart of Del Rey Loft District, this building has a distinctive architectural style. It houses 2-story lofts with sizes ranging from 1,200 to almost 2,000 square feet and features like 16-foot ceilings, stainless steel appliances and top-of-the-line finishes.
Villa Viletri – This gated, resort style complex offers 2-bedroom multi-level townhomes sized from 1,057 to 1,866 square feet, with a 2-car private entry garage. Community amenities include 4 pools, 4 spas, a clubhouse, and lushly landscaped grounds that include a 481-tree park.
West End Lofts – Located at 4215 Glencoe Avenue, this 4-story development features 119 units that include loft studios and 1 to 2 bedroom units. Each unit boasts 17-foot-high ceilings, airy open floor plans, and plush finishes like bamboo hardwood floors, oversized balconies with fireplaces, stainless steel appliances, and contemporary glass windows.