Welcome to Redondo Beach
Relaxing resort-style community with coastal charm just outside Los Angeles.
A short drive outside of central Los Angeles lies one of Southern California’s most picturesque and desirable communities. Redondo Beach’s beautiful shorelines, luxurious and sprawling properties, and thriving town have made it especially attractive to young professionals and families who are looking to enjoy the peace and privacy of small-town life without having to give up the ease and convenience of big city living.
Redondo Beach has played numerous roles throughout history. Originally a culturally significant land for indigenous natives, it was quickly turned into the trade center for oil and lumber in the early 1800s. However, in 1890, Hotel Redondo opened, turning the area into an elite tourist destination and a favorite location of several west coast artists, musicians, and writers.
Today, this upscale and picturesque residential community is widely known for its world-class shopping opportunities, exceptional entertainment venues, and luxurious modern homes, maintaining its reputation as one of the best places to live in Southern California.
What to Love
Beautiful ocean views
Stunning sprawling properties
Thriving and vibrant community
Peaceful and private atmosphere
People & Lifestyle
As one of the most desirable communities outside of Los Angeles, Redondo Beach has attracted some of the area’s most successful residents, making it one of the most affluent neighborhoods around. The average annual household income for the city is nearly double that of the national average, and homes in the area are often valued at $900,000 and over.
People living in Redondo Beach enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle, with many residents choosing to spend their spare time wandering through the many parks and hiking trails in the area. Additionally, Redondo Beach has some of the best shopping and dining scenes in the greater Los Angeles area, allowing homeowners to visit numerous high-end boutiques and eateries all year round.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The dining scene in Redondo beach is as luxurious and eclectic as the rest of the community, with award-winning restaurants and outstanding eateries around every corner. NANAS Italian and Mexican Restaurant brings together some of the area’s most influential cultures, serving some of the most inspired and delicious meals around. Their adventurous menu includes dishes such as Calabrian shrimp tacos, jalapeno pesto pasta, and chicken chimichurri with arugula.
restaurant and lounge is another local favorite serving a unique approach to New American cuisine with dishes like white truffle fries, brussel sprouts with black pepper and maple caramel, and braised beef short ribs with Japanese curry. Chart House
also offers a new approach to American cuisine. Their world-inspired menu includes kimchee calamari, baked stuffed shrimp, and a mouthwatering 7 oz. lobster tail.
Things to Do
Redondo Beach offers an array of recreational activities, entertainment opportunities, and annual events, ensuring that residents have plenty to do in their spare time throughout the year. The Redondo Beach Pier is the most popular spot in town, with panoramic ocean views, world-class shops, and outstanding restaurants. You can even go fishing, try out paddle boarding, or head out on a boat ride.
The Seaside Lagoon
is a great place for you and your loved ones to escape the local California heat. This fun waterpark is a fantastic place to enjoy a day out at the beach without having to worry about crashing ocean waves, which can be especially daunting with small children.
Local art enthusiasts will enjoy the stunning exhibitions put on by Gallery JS
. Highlighting the brilliant works of local artist Jill Sanders, this gallery is open to the public and can also be booked for private events and consultations with the artist.
There are plenty of exciting events in Redondo Beach for residents to enjoy. The BeachLife music festival is the largest in Southern California, hosting major acts from Cage the Elephant to the Counting Crows. Locals also love to spend time at Riviera Village, which is packed with shops, restaurants, and even a farmers market!
Redondo Beach is also home to the luxurious boutique Shade Hotel, a waterfront oasis with sprawling views of the Pacific Ocean. The hotel offers world-class dining as well as a gorgeous waterfront lounge.