Built in 1909, it took 16 months to complete construction of the Santa Monica Pier. Officially opening on September 9th thousands of people gathered to experience walking over the ocean on the 1,600-foot-long pier. Santa Monica’s northern border is San Vicente Blvd., the eastern border is mainly Centinela Avenue, the southern border is Airport Ave west to Dewey Street until you hit the Pacific Ocean which happens to be the western border. Santa Monica has its’ own airport and there is a healthy mix of Residential and Commercial/Industrial properties. Along the coast we have 3rd Street and the few other close streets that have such a large number of retail stores, restaurants and places to sit and have a drink. There is everything you could need all in one area of your city! Santa Monica has a large mixture of Single Family, condominiums and apartments. The northern half is mainly home to Single Family homes while the area South of Montana Avenue is mainly apartments and multi living units.
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