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Popular Marina Del Rey Apartments
Marina Del Rey, California, 90292
1 Bedroom$2,033 - $3,417
2 Bedrooms$2,355 - $4,155
3 BedroomsPlease Call
Venice, California, 90291
1 Bedroom$1,999 - $3,169
2 Bedrooms$2,449 - $4,019
3 Bedrooms$4,099 - $4,389
Marina Del Rey, California, 90292
Studio/1 BedroomUp to $3,000
2 BedroomsUp to $4,495
3 BedroomsUp to $5,156
Marina Del Rey, California, 90292
1 Bedroom$2,663 - $2,813
3 Bedrooms$3,762 - $4,437
Marina Del Rey Apartments Info
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Marina Del Rey apartments are ingeniously laid out near city parks and appealing during all four seasons - you can find enticing park views or dog friendly apartments available in a lot of different neighborhoods all over the city. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Marina Del Rey, your new city!
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Marina del Rey, California
Marina del Rey is a tiny land mass of only 1.5 square miles. It's a small stretch of beach, a fantastic marina and beach housing, and has a population of about 8200 lucky people. It neighbors Venice and Playa del Rey, has both high rise and low rise apartments and is very walkable. While almost everything is available within walking distance, it is Southern California afterall and most people own a car.
A Fisherman's Village
The marina houses thousands of boats and is attractive not only for the boat owner but for just watching it. Many of the high rises overlook it and it is a treat of a view. The Christmas parade of brightly lit boats is a great annual event. The proximity of boating, fishing and other water sports is enough for most but the coastal biking and running path is also a great draw. Fisherman's Village is lovely for shopping and dining, and you will also like being so close to Venice and Santa Monica. You can walk or bike to some of the best things Southern California has to offer.
Trust Me Sushi
The C & O Trattoria is right next to the beach and gets great reviews from all the locals for not only fantastic service but great food. Hang out with drinks and watch the water, or chow down on wonderful pastas and pizzas. sugarFISH is a favorite sushi place where you'll want to try the Trust Me Special. You'll just have to go and see what that's all about! The Lido Grill is Basque food, and it has great ambiance whether on a date or alone, it's terrific. If you just want something sweet, run don't walk to Tia's Bakery. The chocolate bean brownie is to die for.
Once settled into your Marina del Rey apartment, you'll want to explore the nightlife.There's always cool stuff in Venice and Santa Monica but for close to home places, there are several good places. Some of them are in the big hotels near the marina, and the best one is the Veranda Bar at Casa del Mar. Everything about it is stellar! Brennan's and Glow are both smaller, more local type places which attract mixed crowds and are worth a try.
Your apartment in Marina del Rey will offer a fantastic, beach lifestyle. Enjoy!
Average Apartment Rent in Marina Del Rey, California
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Marina Del Rey Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Marina Del Rey have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In December the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Marina Del Rey apartment cost $2,592. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Marina Del Rey apartment was $3,440 in December. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in December was $4,422. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Marina Del Rey rentals listed below.
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What's the weather like in Marina Del Rey?
Fantastic! Seriously, the weather in Marina del Rey is so mild. It gets a little hot in summer but with the ocean right there, it gets those nice breezes. Winters are easy if you call an average of 60 all that cold. One of the great things is that the temperatures don't vary too much from day to night. Ah, Southern California!
Where in Marina Del Rey should I live if I'd like to walk or bike to work and to restaurants and bars from my apartment?
Marina Del Ray is very pedestrian-friendly. There is no need for a car to get around this small town; residents can get nearly anywhere they need to by foot or by bike. The major businesses are located along Main Street, along with a slew of grocery stores, restaurants, shops, and parks. Bike paths run up and down the coast for easy transit to Venice Beach and other nearby destinations. The only possible downfall is that there are not many jobs or large companies located within Marina Del Ray, so residents may need a car to get to work outside of town.
How is the public transportation system in Marina Del Rey?
Public transit in Marina Del Rey is adequate, and provided by three systems. MTA 108 takes visitors to Venice Pier; Santa Monica 3 Big Blue Bus takes you to Santa Monica via the Lincoln Blvd. corridor north, or to LAX south; and the Culver City Green buses (the 2 and the 7) to points east such as Foxhills and Culver City proper. These three public bus systems also connect the Marina to all LA area attractions. During the summer months, the Marina WaterBus also operates between Fisherman's Village, Waterfront Walk, Marina Beach, Burton Chace Park, and several other stops.
Is the cost of living in Marina Del Rey higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
Compared to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Marina del Rey is 30 percent higher that the US average. Santa Monica to the north is 124 percent more expensive than Marina del Rey, Culver City to the northeast is 41 percent more expensive than Marina del Rey, and El Segundo to the south is 67 percent more expensive than Marina del Rey. Inglewood to the southeast, however, is 16 percent cheaper than Marina del Rey. Therefore, the cost of living in Marina del Rey is actually lower relative to most surrounding areas.