Never Get Bored When You Live In Our Westchester Apartments

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Located in South Bay, Westchester is near Los Angeles International Airport and Silicon Beach. Despite its surroundings the area has still maintained a neighborhood feel. Meaning, residents get the best of both worlds when they live here. They can enjoy quiet tree-lined streets and still live in the center of it all. With a fantastic location comes a host of fun local activities. Let’s talk a look at all there is to do in Westchester. 

If you’re a foodie, you’ll love Westchester. It has an assortment of enviable restaurants. In addition to being close to Playa Vista, Marina Del Rey, El Segundo, and Playa Del Rey, which have additional dining options. Local favorites include Truxtons, an American Bistro with a wide assortment of modern dishes, and Alejo’s Presto Trattoria, and Italian Restaurant on Lincoln Boulevard.  

Westchester has plenty of shopping options as well, including well-known retail chains Bed, Bath, and Beyond, TJ Maxx, Petco, Tuesday Morning, and Kohl’s. All these stores lie within walking distance of one another, making any shopping trip easy. Right down the street, at Playa Del Rey, are many vintage and antique stores, such as Vintage Chicks, which sells antique designer goods from some of the best fashion houses throughout the decades.  

Take just a 10-minute drive Westbound and you’ll hit Dockweiler Beach, set with open firepits and beautiful views of the Pacific Coastline. On that note, that will place you right on the iconic Pacific Coast Highway, providing a scenic drive along California’s best beach cities, such as Malibu, Long Beach, and Palos Verdes. 

If you desire to live in a sprawling urban area, complete with a small-town, suburban feel, explore Westchester today. View our Westchester apartments and find your new home. Featuring apartments near LMU and the OTIS College. 

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