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About Marina Del Rey
Marina del Rey was constructed in the late 1950s and covers a diminutive 807 acres—half of which is actually underwater! As you’d imagine from the name, the marina itself is one of the largest draws to the area with over 5,200 boat slips in more than twenty marinas and anchorages.
Given that nearly 9,000 people call Marina del Rey home, it’s only logical that the majority of the housing in this area consists of condominiums and apartments, making excellent use of the relatively small amount of land available.
Marina del Rey is adequately served by public transportation and is mostly walkable, though most residents use their own vehicles to get around the LA metro area.
Because of the neighborhood’s small size—and the fact that less than 10% of its households actually have children—there are no public schools within Marina del Rey, so most students attend school in neighboring communities. Playa del Rey is one such elementary school serving the Marina del Rey area and has an excellent rating of 9/10 on GreatSchools.
In addition to boating and enjoying the beach, locals enjoy live music at Fisherman’s Village on the weekends, summer concerts and picnicking at Burton W. Chace Park, and cycling or jogging the 8-mile Ballona Creek bike path.