A convenient location with a great management team, who cares about their residents! At this friendly neighborhood community, we provide you with the ex…
Van Nuys, CA 91402
We only have ONE unit left! Rents starting at $850! Casa Lucerna is a wonderful 75-unit senior property (head of household must be 55 years or older). T…
Los Angeles, CA 90022
Spacious unit with walk-in closets, Pool, BBQ, close to shopping, parks, beaches and much more. Las Virgines school district!
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Spacious 2 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom
bellflower, CA 90706
Brand new...Easy access to all major freeways and Slymar Metro link Station
sylmar, CA 91342
3 Bed / 2 bath. 2200 square feet. Beautiful newly renovated space! New flooring and custom cabinetry throughout.
glendale, CA 91202
(East Simi Valley)
NEWLY REMODELED BUILDINGLocated in the foothills of Simi Valley and surrounded by 3 acres of beautiful grounds.
simi valley, CA 93063
Make it your Home at Majestic Prairie! Spacious Apartments Available Now!
Northridge, CA 91324
We changing our name to EUCLID PLACE APARTMENTS.We don't want to miss a chance to meet you! The New Sign is up! Come see us today!
Pasadena, CA 91101
Large 2 Bedroom 2 Bath with balcony apartment available for $1195.0 - Entirely Gated Complex with one parking spot- Laundry Onsite
long beach, CA 90806
(Northeast Los Angeles, El Sereno)
Near downtown USC hospital. Near 5, 101, and 10 freeway. Studio $640, 2bed/2bath $1,150. On site laundry room, Parking,
Los Angeles, CA 90032
(Eastside, Alamitos Beach)
Large Upper unit, completely remodeled with all new appliances and large sun deck. Large Bedrooms, 2 full baths, beautiful kitchen
long beach, CA 90814
Overview of Marina Del Rey
Marina Del Rey apartments for rent are located in an unincorporated seaside community that is part of the greater Los Angeles County. The city is centrally located between Venice Beach and Playa del Rey. Marina del Rey is only eight miles from the Los Angeles International Airport and is a prime location for tourists and business travelers to visit. The city is actually a man-made construction that was constructed back in the 1950s. Today, half of the city's 807 acres consists of delightful sea.
Living in Marina del Rey
Residents living in Marina del Rey apartments for rent enjoy a beautiful, temperate climate year round. Local beaches make the unincorporated city a hotspot for those who want to live close to the water and enjoy the urban, Los Angeles setting. The harbor front at Fisherman's Village is a popular beach location for those residents who want to wander the shops and galleries located at the Marina. You can also partake in fun water activities, including parasailing and boat rides at the beach. Music lovers enjoy spending time outdoors at Fisherman's Village throughout the year as the beach hosts concerts on the weekends year round. Residents can bike or walk to the popular Playa del Rey beach, which is just four and a half miles south of the city. Of course, these are only two beaches located in and around Marina del Rey with plenty more sandy shores to explore.
Residents enjoy meandering through the outdoor Marina Marketplace or the Waterside, a shopping center in Marina del Rey to find unique items and gifts as well as brand name styles. The cool, eclectic shopping center at Abbot Kinney Boulevard is a favorite hangout place among Marina del Rey residents day or night. This neighborhood offers chic cafes, cool wine bars and unique boutiques and art galleries.
Marina del Rey residents can easily travel from their home and surrounding cities thanks to the Metro (MTA) Santa Monica Blue Bus and Culver City Bus lines. Marina del Rey also offers a summer WaterBus boat ride that runs during the summer weekends to get to and from local marinas.
Marina del Rey Apartments and Cost of Living
Marina Del Rey apartments for rent include apartment buildings that are funded by the L.A. City Affordable Housing Program. The program helps create affordable housing for low and very low income families and individuals. Through the Affordable Housing Trust Fund, the county has been able to offer long-term loans for new building construction as well as financial assistance to help rehabilitate existing housing structures.
Residents living in Marina del Rey apartments have an estimated living cost that is 45.7 percent greater than the state average and 91.9 percent higher than the nation's average. It's not uncommon for Marina del Rey community members to pay $3.81 for a gallon of gas, $6.04 for a cup of coffee and $8.00 for pizza, according to AreaVibes.
Apartments in Marina del Rey Work and Study
Marina del Rey apartments are home to a large middle age community, as well as seniors and university students. Residents enjoy living on the beach and can easily commute to downtown Los Angeles and other surrounding cities for work. The most common industries in Marina del Rey include retail, dining and tourism. The city ranked No. 4 on CNN's 100 Best Places to Live and Launch a Business.
Marina del Rey is a more affordable city for University students compared to the neighboring town of Santa Monica. There are seven colleges and universities located with a 12 mile radius of Marina del Rey, so Marina del Rey apartments may be ideal for students.
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