A
South
Bay
vibe

El Segundo is a coastal town with a South Bay address. The city offers all the natural elements of fun and adventure you’d expect from a beach city. Residents enjoy classic California living with ocean breezes and a healthy outdoor lifestyle. The city has a mile long beach located between El Porto and Dockweiler. El Segundo is ideally located next door to Manhattan Beach and close to the other South Bay sister cities of Hermosa and Redondo Beach. An ideal location for any business and its employees to thrive.

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Social
Epicenter

El Segundo is where the South Bay comes to play. Plaza El Segundo offers a contemporary experience with boutiques, like Anthropologie, and specialty shops, like Sur La Table. Trendy eateries are also available, such as The Veggie Grill. Looking for fine dining and entertainment? At Continental Park, enjoy dinner at Flemings and a flick at ArcLight Cinemas. In 2015, The Point, a new $80 million retail center, will introduce chef-driven restaurants intertwined with specialty shops.

Arts
& culture
playground

Ever wonder where the next big L.A. art enclave will be? You’ll find it here at ESMoA, El Segundo Museum of Art. The museum is designed as a world-class art laboratory that fosters experimentation and education through an artist in residency program. The artlab anchors a downtown creative scene that includes industrial and digital artist studios from Smoky Hollow. Ever have the urge to ride in a 1936 Ford Roadster? The Automobile Driving Museum is the only car museum in Southern California that takes you for a ride you’ll never forget. 

Home to
world explorers
& world
champions

El Segundo has become a regional sports entertainment hub, housing corporate office spaces and practice facilities for the 2014 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings and world champion Los Angeles Lakers. The Toyota Sports Center on Nash Street, owned and operated by AEG and the Fox Entertainment Group, is also a key training center for Olympic and elite figure skaters. AEG, which owns the L.A. Kings and Galaxy, is the world’s largest owner of sports teams and events.