ABOUT Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach is a laid-back South Bay community popular with families and outdoor enthusiasts. The Strand bike path winds along the oceanfront between modern mansions and wide stretches of sand lined with volleyball courts. Low-key Manhattan Beach Pier features a quaint aquarium and views of surfers. There are several parks, and a small downtown area with boutiques, brunch cafes, pubs & creative, upscale eateries.

Experiences

We loved Manhattan Beach. A beautiful beach, friendly and clean, unlike other beach cities in Southern California. Great choice of restaurants, shops, and activities.

The beach is family freindly, has clean water, lots of beach volleyball courts, boardwalk, and has stunning backdrop of mountains.

North Manhattan Beach is a family oriented area, but with all the entertainment you need as dining, shopping, spa’s, salons, and hotel. Access to the beach for surfing, sun bathing, and just a relaxing environment.

Our Area

Manhattan Beach is a city in southwestern Los Angeles County, United States, on the Pacific coast south of El Segundo, and north of Hermosa Beach. As of the 2010 census, the population was 35,135,[and in 2018 the population was estimated to be 35,532.
Manhattan Beach is one of the three Beach Cities that make up the South Bay of Los Angeles County. The community is known for a long beach stretching approximately 2.1 miles (3.4 km) and roughly 450 feet (140 m) wide. The climate is unusually moderate because of Manhattan Beach’s proximity to the Pacific Ocean, with an average year-round high temperature of 69.1 °F (20.6 °C) and an average year-round low of 56.4 °F (13.6 °C).
Its schools are run independently of Los Angeles Unified School District with a separate school board based in Manhattan Beach. Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach is ranked in the top 1% of high schools nationally and has students from both Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach.
According to a May 18, 2017, PropertyShark study, the City of Manhattan Beach 90266 zip code ranked as the 32nd most expensive zip code in the United States. According to a December 2017 PropertyShark study the City of Manhattan Beach had the highest median price per square foot for residential properties ($943 per square foot) of all 88 cities in L.A. County, ahead of Malibu and Beverly Hills. The residents have a median age of 44.2 years, an average household size of 2.5, and 55.6% are married. Manhattan Beach is known for having less traffic congestion than other parts of Los Angeles, along with many fine dining options, and a casual beach culture.