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About Manhattan Beach

Just south of LAX, between the suburbs of El Segundo and Hermosa Beach, you’ll find Manhattan Beach: covering a diminutive 3.88 square miles of land, with over two miles of oceanfront and a population of  approximately 35,000.

Despite its relatively small size, Manhattan Beach boasts an extremely high quality of education compared with the rest of the greater LA metropolitan area, with all four of its public schools maintaining a perfect 10/10 score at GreatSchools. While there are no colleges or universities that call Manhattan Beach home, you’ve got more than a dozen within a 20-mile drive (e.g. Loyola Marymount and USC).

Manhattan Beach is relatively walkable with a score of 67/100, particularly as you get closer to the oceanfront stores and restaurants. If you’d rather not hoof it, you’ll have an abundance of public transportation choices: Dial-a-Ride, Beach Cities Transit, and MTA are just a few.

And, while the beach and its assorted activities—windsurfing, people-watching, visiting the aquarium at the pier, or just soaking up the SoCal sunshine—are certainly popular for tourists and residents alike, you can also catch an exhibit at the Riley Arts Gallery.

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