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Bordered by West Los Angeles, Culver City, Marina del Rey, and Santa Monica this community is home to 37,447 people. It has a high population density compared to the Los Angeles average, with 11,754 people per square mile. Mar Vista has a high percentage of veterans from World War II and the Korean War. The neighborhood has great diversity compared to neighboring areas, offering a unique blend of cultures.View Deals
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Mar Vista is one of the hidden Westside gems in Los Angeles, located in a “pocket neighborhood” between other larger areas. It is a community of large yards, tree-lined streets, and friendly neighbors. It’s a true community, and locals carry a strong sense of neighborhood pride. Most of them stay in the area for the long haul. The Sunday Mar Vista Farmers Market is one of the best in all of Los Angeles and brings people from all over the city. The Mar Vista Recreation Center and Park is complete with a swimming pool, baseball diamond, roller hockey rink, volleyball courts, basketball courts - you name it, it’s there. And if none of that is enough, Mar Vista is also less than three miles to the beach.
Most people who live in Mar Vista choose to stay there. The community is tight-knit and proud, and even sport heir own “MV” and “90066” baseball hats.
The Farmers Market
The Mar Vista Farmers Market is one of the best in all of Los Angeles. It has dog sitters, bike valet, art, live music, DJs, and a variety of festivals.
Mar Vista has a great combo of contemporary retail spaces and old mom and pop shops that keep the old charm and bring on the new.
Did you know that Mar Vista was once considered the “Lima Bean Belt of the Nation”?
In 1868, Henry Lewis planted the first lima beans in the United States, and by the 1930’s, lima beans thrived in the moist fields of Mar Vista. Mar Vistans voted to become a part of Los Angeles rather than incorporate as a city back in 1926. It remained a small farming community until developed Paul Trousdale purchased the land in 1947. It was bought with the intention to build a charming community for returning veterans, prioritizing gardens, outdoor spaces, and local nurseries. Famous mid-century modernist architect Gregory Ain designed the homes of a Mar Vista Housing Tract. This neighborhood remains one of the most appealing areas of Mar Vista, despite the fact that there are still no street lights there.
Mar Vista has several interesting facts and trivia. In the 1860’s, Union Army troops used Mar Vista Hill to watch out for an anticipated Confederate attack coming from Catalina Island. Grand View Boulevard was the first gated community in Los Angeles County. Busby Drug Store was the first commercial building in Mar Vista. During World War II, an Army anti-aircraft installation sat atop Mar Vista Hill at the end of Rose Avenue. It was installed to provide protection from Japanese bombers.