Beach combers continue to float further from the coast and into Del Rey, a quiet residential neighborhood between the shore and the 405 freeway. Taking after eccentric entrepreneur and influential Del Rey developer, Howard Hughes, enterprising spirits still pervade this neighborhood. Small businesses intersperse with the big-name chains that trace the neighborhood's central boulevards. Bike a mile along these main thoroughfares and you'll make it to the place where the land meets the sea. Eureka.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Quiet and Residential on the Way to the Beach
Businesses Fit for a King
We have a very special unique movie theatre, the innovative AMC Dine-In, which provides the comfort of the living room: you can order food and drinks, while sitting in reclining leather seats and watching Real 3D on a big screen. Walk to one of the world’s largest man-made recreational marinas, The Fisherman Village, where you can jet ski, kayak, paddle board, fish, and dine on the boardwalk."
Bungalow Style Homes on the California Coast
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Rob is an editorial & commercial art photographer based in LA. On a recent assignment to South Africa with Ghetto Film School, he documented student filmmakers. On the Airbnb project, Rob says: “I love exploring the City of Angels. The other day, I photographed in pouring rain, thinking the worst, but ended up with some of my best shots. The people I meet on a daily basis amaze me."