A fixture off Admiralty Way beside the Ritz Carlton and visible from most parts of the Marina, the Marina City Club is the first condominium development built in Marina Del Rey. Built between 1970 and 1978, the landmark three 16-floor towers include 600 residences. Condo sizes vary at the Marina City Club, with some 421 to 500 square foot loft studios available, along with 1, 2, and 3 bedroom units of up to 3,400 square feet.
The Marina City Club is sometimes described more as a resort than a residence. On-site is a 16,000 square foot fitness center offering a variety of regular fitness classes (yoga, aerobics, spin, Pilates), a tennis club, racquetball courts, paddle tennis courts, three swimming pools, on-site trainers and nutritionists, and a day spa. The day spa includes a steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi, and massage therapy. Also at the City Club are a yacht club, convenience store, beauty shop, and a bar/restaurant and cafe.
The three towers enjoy 24-hour security, valet parking, and also have banquet and conference facilities. A number of Los Angeles’ pro athletes have called the Marina City Club home over the years. With its easy access to the 90 freeway and the 405, the Marina City Club is also within 10 minutes of LAX. With the tech industry booming in the area and a revitalized nightlife in Venice, Santa Monica, and the Marina, living at the Marina City Club feels more like it did in the “swinging 70s” now than ever before. The City Club hosts regular weekly events from “Taco Tuesday” to wine tastings and social events. Residents may also rent boat slips.
Homeowner’s Association fees for the Marina City Club vary between $350 and $2,700 a month depending upon the size of residence and amenities. Many views from the Marina City Club are breathtaking, from the Marina to Venice Beach and the Santa Monica Mountains. Higher floors offer two-story units, including penthouses. The City Club’s construction and design have stood the test of time. Active adults who want to stay fit, be near the ocean, and enjoy their lives will all find something to love at the Marina City Club.
- Yvonne B. Burke Park
- Burton Chace Park
- Culver Park
- Mother’s Beach (Marina Beach)
- Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve
- Westside Global Awareness Magnet
- Couer D’Alene Avenue Elementary School
- Mark Twain Middle School
- Marina Del Rey Middle School
- Venice High School