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Santa Monica

The colorful city of Santa Monica is sandwiched between Venice and Malibu along the beautiful coastline of the Pacific Ocean. Known for it’s wide sandy beaches, Third Street Promenade shopping area and pier, which is home to an amusement park, restaurants and live music venues, Santa Monica is famous for being the western end of the iconic Route 66 highway.

Residential Neighborhoods

Live in Santa Monica

  • Sunset Park
  • Ocean Park
  • Mid City
  • Northeast
  • North of Montana
  • Pico
  • Wilshire Montana
  • Downtown Santa Monica

Business Districts

Work in Santa Monica

  • Montana Ave
  • Pico Blvd
  • Main Street
    • Location for Main Street farmer’s market which closes the parking area near Ocean Blvd. transforming it into a pedestrian mall
    • www.mainstreetsm.com
  • Central Business District (CBD)
  • Bayside and Downtown Mall
  • Downtown Districts
  • The Santa Monica Pier
    • Located at the end of Broadway and rising above the bike path
    • Santa Monica Hippodrome (a National Historic Landmark Carousel)
    • Amusement park rides & games, an aquarium, restaurants, souvenir stores, and live music concerts in the summer
    • SMPIER
    • SMAQUARIUM
    • PACPARK
  • Mid City
    • Santa Monica Art District and Bergamont Station – A city-owned gallery compound that includes the Santa Monica Museum of Art
    • Many tech and entertainment companies make use of the former industrial buildings and large commercial lots in this business district
    • Former and current home for Sony, MTV and Universal.
    • MIDCITY
    • BERGAMONT
  • Ocean Park
  • Santa Monica Airport
    • The Santa Monica Airport is more than the city’s air transportation hub, it is home to a lively artist community, a monthly antique flea market and several popular restaurants.
    • WIKI
    • SMAIRPORT