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West Los Angeles

The beauty of living in West LA is its proximity to Santa Monica, Westwood, Brentwood, Century City, dropping over the hill into the Valley, or dropping down south into the South Bay. Grab a bowl of ramen in Japantown/Sawtelle, hit the Century City Plaza for fine dining and shopping, or pop into Brentwood or Santa Monica for afternoon coffee and trendy retail shops.
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Gardena

Gardena is another Gem of the South Bay having earned the designation of “All-America City” and its ethnic diversity is embraced by all who live within it. Located just fifteen minutes from Downtown L.A., fifteen minutes to LAX, and twenty minutes to the Ports…
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Hawthorne

Incorporated in 1922, the city of Hawthorne is six square miles! Home to SpaceX, Tesla Design Center, Northrup, Hawthorne Municipal Airport and many more, Hawthorne is changing quickly. New businesses are sprouting up monthly, growing the economy…

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Hermosa Beach

The most laid back city in the South Bay,and also known as the “best little beach city” in the South Bay. With it being 1.4 miles square, you’re withing walking distance to the beach no matter where you reside in this community. Home to the famous…

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Inglewood

The City of Champions! Home of the infamous Forum where I first watched the Lakers play back in the 70’s, this city is now home of the LA Rams! Can you DIG IT?!?! (I hear Shaq in my head yelling that out!)That’s right, we’re getting a football team…

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Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach is an exclusive coastal city located conveniently south of LAX, with two miles of clean beaches, amazing ocean views, bike paths, jogging trails, a mix of trendy restaurants, boutique shopping, and the iconic South Bay Manhattan Beach Pier…

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Marina del Rey

Located north of LAX, you’ll find the charming boating town of Marina del Rey, offering boating, beaches, bike paths, kayaking, fabulous restaurants, and a happening nightlife. Built in 1965, and mostly frequented by duck hunters and fisherman, this man-made marina became the largest small craft boat harbor in …

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Palos Verdes Peninsula

The Palos Verdes Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places to live in the South Bay. Perched up on the hill above the beach cities of Torrance, Redondo, Hermosa and Manhattan Beaches, the Peninsula is home to four communities – Palos Verdes…

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Playa del Rey

South of LAX and North of El Segundo is one of my favorite neighborhood gems in Los Angeles. Playa del Rey offers beautiful beach bungalows to multi-million dollar 4000+ square foot view homes, this small private enclave community offers something…

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Playa Vista

Playa Vista is in the heart of Silicon Beach. The transformation of this community over that last several years has been nothing but impressive. This planned community consists of commercial, residential and retail components, making it dream…

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Redondo Beach

Redondo Beach, where there’s always more to Se! Home to the filming of the infamous Baywatch, Redondo Beach is an amazing place to live, work and play, I should know since I (Roma) raised my family here! There are two distinct parts…

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San Pedro

San Pedro has a long history as the hub of economic activity for the city of Los Angeles housing the Port of Los Angeles, the premier gateway for international commerce which encompasses 7500 acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront…

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Torrance

Hands down, when I think of Torrance, two words come to mind. Kings Hawaiian. Truly, do we need to know anything else about this gem of a South Bay city? It’s literally a slice of Hawaii in SoCal. Ha! Okay, I’ll tell you more. First, let’s talk about King’s Hawaiian…

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Westchester

One of the hottest neighborhoods which has gone up tremendously over the past few years is Westchester. This Silicon Beach adjacent community which is mostly comprised of single family homes and tree lined streets offers large lots and larger…

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