Redondo Beach is separated into two district zones- North Redondo Beach and South Redondo Beach. The major dividing line is 190th and Anita Street. South Redondo has a zip code of 90277 and North Redondo Beach has a zip code of 90278. Redondo is more than 1 mile in length and runs south to Torrance Beach from the Redondo Pier.

North Redondo Beach Neighborhoods

North Redondo has five main neighborhoods, which include Villas North, Villas South, El Nido, Golden Hills and the TRW tract. In the Villas North and Villas South neighborhood you have a mixture of townhomes, single family homes and multi-family homes. The Golden Hills, TRW tract and El Nido neighborhoods are primarily made up of single family homes although El Nido does have some townhome communities. 

South Redondo Beach Neighborhoods

South Redondo Beach is closer to the ocean and consists of three main areas with numerous micro-neighborhoods within those areas. The major dividing lines for these areas are Pacific Coast Highway, Torrance Blvd. and Palos Verdes Blvd. 

Homes that are located on the west side of PCH are considered the "West of PCH" neighborhood, which includes micro-neighborhoods: The Esplanade, The Lower Avenues, The Pier, The Marina and The Lower Riviera. 

Homes that are located on the east side of the PCH are divided into two areas. There is the North of Torrance Boulevard section, which includes the North of Redondo Union High School and South of Redondo Union High School neighborhoods. You also have the South of Torrance Boulevard section, which includes Alta Vista and The Upper Avenues.

The Hollywood Riviera is another area of South Redondo that has a 90277 zip code because of a post office in this section, however, it technically belongs to the City of Torrance.

Where is Redondo Beach located?

Redondo Beach, California is a laidback, lovely coastal city in beautiful Southern California located 5 miles south of LAX International Airport along the Pacific Ocean. Redondo is the South Bay’s oldest and largest beach community with a population of 67K.  Redondo is bordered by Hermosa Beach to the north, Torrance to the east and Palos Verdes to the south and the Villas North section of North Redondo borders Manhattan Beach.

Is Redondo a nice place to live?

The beach, the highly rated public schools and the sense of community are big draws to Redondo and Redondo consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in Los Angeles for young professionals and families. Redondo has a great sense of community with movie nights, concerts at the pier, Farmer’s Markets, annual Kite Festival, Beach Life Festival, Holiday Boat Parade, the Super Bowl 5K/10K fun run just to name a few. Redondo is an excellent place to visit for its beaches, piers, restaurants and shops. Whether you are looking for a relaxing day on the beach or a fun-filled adventure with plenty of shopping and fine dining choices, Redondo Beach has something for everyone! There are numerous fantastic hotels, fine dining restaurants and shopping in Redondo Beach, CA.

Redondo Beach Unified School District

RBUSD is ranked as one of the top public schools in the Los Angeles area and a great place to raise a family! RBUSD is ranked as one of the top schools for athletes in the Los Angeles area and consistently ranks as a top ten school district.

Is Redondo Beach Expensive?

The median home price for Redondo Beach real estate was $1.5M as of December 2022.  The median household income in Redondo Beach is $137K. The cost of living in Redondo Beach is 81% higher than the national average although Redondo is significantly more affordable than neighboring beach cities.