Redondo Beach

Welsome to Redondo BeachRedondo Beach was originally part of the 1785 Rancho San Pedro Spanish land grant that later became the South Redondo area. The city’s territory has an unusual shape including an area along the beach (South Redondo Beach) and another strip inland from Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach (North Redondo Beach).

Redondo Beach is the focus of many who want to be in the sun and near the ocean. A vibrant community in its own right, much of the Redondo Beach lifestyle is a blend of the neighborhoods, activities and people who live in the South Bay.

South Redondo

Is a bit more on the gentrified, quiet side. Its wide streets, wide sand beaches and laid-back feel make it a prime destination for those seeking a “bike to the grocery store” community. Several close-knit neighborhoods exist; South Broadway hosts street parties in the summer where children play on jumping gyms and the local Fire Department judges the best dessert contest while kids climb their pumper truck.

North Redondo

As a result of Redondo Beach’s geography, North Redondo is primarily an inland experience.  While primarily residential, North Redondo contains some of the city’s major industry and commercial space, including the inland aerospace and engineering firms that are part of Southern California’s long space legacy. North Redondo is the home of the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, one of the South Bay’s premier cultural facilities, and home to the Los Angeles Ballet, Distinguished Speaker Series, Kala Koa Entertainment, and a diverse range of other cultural and entertainment events. North Redondo is home to nearly two-thirds of the children in Redondo Beach.

Wide range of housing choices

Redondo Beach homes accommodate a wide range of prices, from the beachside mansion to the modest condominium.  Whatever price range you are in, all the benefits of Redondo Beach lifestyle are available.

Easy access to Southern California

With the 405 interstate nearby, there is no place that is out of reach.  Commuting to downtown, or other cities is a freeway drive away.

Shopping centers

It is also home to the South Bay Galleria Shopping Center and a revitalized Artesia Boulevard.

Redondo Beach King Harbor

King Harbor in Redondo Beach

Yacht harbor

Redondo Beach’s King Harbor is one of the most popular places along the Southern California Coast. Besides spectacular sunsets, the Pier and King Harbor area offer a variety of things to do for everyone and every taste.

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