Welcome to Marina Del Rey/Palms Mar Vista
Situated at the world’s largest manmade small-craft harbor, Marina del Rey is 1.5 square miles of palm-tree sidewalks, coastal promenades, bike paths, and its biggest attraction – the Marina. Between private beach access and views of the glistening Pacific Ocean, Marina del Rey is an enclave for coastal living.
The affluent community is home to both estates and oceanfront high-rise condominiums and residents who have a deep affinity for a small town atmosphere and leisure yet luxury beach living.
Home to nearly 7,000 small craft boats, the scenic beach getaway offers seaside dining, fishing, sailing, and a handful of water sports.
Named after its spectacular views of the ocean along its mountainous border near Santa Monica, the community of Palms – Mar Vista neighbors Culver City and is just minutes from both UCLA and the ocean. One of the oldest communities in Los Angeles, Palms Mar Vista consists of homes built during the 1920s and 1930s as well as magnificently preserved mid-century modern architecture and design. Residents can also enjoy Mar Vista Park, spanning an entire city block with a newly constructed recreation center and roller hockey rink.
Conveniently located five miles from Los Angeles International Airport and just minutes from both San Diego and the Marina freeways, the community is also near major shopping malls, movie theaters, Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Downtown Los Angeles as it is adjacent to both Venice Beach and Santa Monica.
Hilton & Hyland is the preferred resource for homebuyers seeking the finest Marina del Rey homes as well as unprecedented caliber of service. Hilton & Hyland recommends Marina del Rey real estate for its many advantageous qualities, such as:
- Luxury homeowners get more for their money. Venice average price per foot is roughly around $1,000 for single-family homes, but in Marina del Rey, buyers can find $600 to $700 per foot.
- In close proximity to the newfound tech hub in Venice and PlayaVista, also known as Silicon Beach.
- In 2017, single-family home and condominium sales were averaging $900,000, an 11.1% increase from the previous year.
- An exceptional selection of luxury residences, from modern architectural masterpieces to full-service high-rises that you won’t find in other beach cities.
- The average listing price is in the $2 million range, which is still a bit more affordable than other luxury communities.