Eastside Costa Mesa

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    Not that long ago, 17th Street in Costa Mesa was filled with tire shops, old-school watering holes, and resale clothing stores. Now, the retail and dining options on 17th Street in Costa Mesa’s Eastside neighborhood are upgraded, upscale, hip, and urban. Costa Mesa’s Eastside neighborhood is home to the flagship store of the OC’s own natural food market and pharmacy: Mother’s Market. Unlike national chain competitors like Whole Foods, Mother’s Market is home-grown and knows many of its customers by name. The Eastside is home to Costa Mesa’s original downtown (“Old Town”) and the Triangle, a popular shopping and dining destination where you may see local Orange County leaders hanging out at a popular pub. The end of the 55 Freeway, Newport Blvd., runs through the neighborhood, leading you directly to the harbor. You are also within minutes of Orange County’s premier private hospital, Hoag Memorial Presbyterian.
    The schools in Eastside Costa Mesa are one of the neighborhood’s primary attractions, and all are part of the award-winning Newport Mesa School District. Many of the homes in Costa Mesa’s Eastside are smaller cottages which were built starting in the 1930s up until the 1950s. Like many beach-adjacent Southern California communities, Costa Mesa’s small, older cottages have been purchased and renovated or demolished, with new architectural homes built on their lots. You may find a number of distinctive contemporary executive homes in Costa Mesa’s Eastside, for prices ranging from $1.5 million to $3.5 million, and three to six bedrooms.
    Living in Eastside Costa Mesa, you are not only within moments of area freeways, including the 55, 405, and 5, you are close to Newport Harbor and world-class shopping at South Coast Plaza, Newport Center, and Fashion Island. Newport’s beaches are moments away, and you may access additional beaches in Corona del Mar, or travel just a few minutes north on Highway 1 to Huntington Beach. “Old Town” Costa Mesa on 17th Street has been a “foodie” center for a number of years and combined with other excellent food destinations in the area, you will never go hungry in Eastside Costa Mesa. With a vibrant urban art, shopping, and boutique scene, Eastside Costa Mesa is hip and continues to be one of the most desirable areas in urban Orange County. To top it all off, frequent flyers are also within moments of John Wayne Orange County Airport.


    • Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve
    • TeWinkle Park
    • Newport Harbor Park
    • Lions Park
    • Lindbergh Park
    • Sunset Ridge Park


    • Newport Heights Elementary School
    • Horace Ensign Intermediate School
    • Newport Harbor High School