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Welcome to “Surfurbia”

Beach Collection on Prospect is located on a subtle incline that ascends to Amethyst Street. From there, Dominguez Park is easily accessible, offering panoramas of a dramatic mountain range on one side and a sweeping urban landscape on the other. Our distinct, bungalow-style apartments are fully upgraded, featuring private patios, fireplaces and rooftop decks so you can keep working on that perfect tan. What’s more, wood-style plank floors, in-unit washer/dryer and stainless steel appliances offer extra convenience in these multi-level residences. With its central location near Herondo Street, you can easily split your time between the beaches of Hermosa to the north and Redondo to the south. Enjoy incredible vistas, an unobstructed breeze from the Pacific, and experience what it means to live in blissful “Surfurbia!”

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Floor Plans

Floor Plans

La Jolla M

Sq. Ft: 1080     Baths: 2     Bedrooms: 2

La Jolla S

Sq. Ft: 1000     Baths: 1.5     Bedrooms: 2

Hermosa

Sq. Ft: 650     Baths: 1     Bedrooms: 1

Newport

Sq. Ft: 1368     Baths: 2     Bedrooms: 3

FEATURES & AMENITIES

High-end finishes.

Explore The Neighborhood

The CitiZen’s Beach Collection is minutes away from the warm sands of Redondo Beach, where exciting storefronts, restaurants and local shops create a vibrant scene along this 1.5 mile stretch of the Pacific coast. The Beach Collection on Prospect is a short walk to the Redondo Beach Dog Park, Historical Museum and Vons Shopping Center where you can also enjoy the tasty delights of Redondough Bakery.

Adding to the Beach Collection on Prospect’s exceptional location are top-rated schools like Redondo Union High, Beryl Heights Elementary and Parras Middle School with an impressive 8 out of 10 rating on GreatSchools.org! Also nearby are Park Pacific Shopping Center, Plaza Hermosa and plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants along the Pacific Coast Highway, including Star’s Antique Market, Becker Surfboards and Gum Tree Cafe.