Located in the southwest corner of Santa Monica is the Ocean Park neighborhood. This neighborhood has a mix of older smaller homes, apartment buildings, large homes near the beach and condos. Several condo towers are located along the beach. The area has a beachy, artsy feel similar in manner to its neighbor Venice Beach, although much cleaner, safer and upscale. Many Santa Monica residents come to shop/browse on Main Street, home of many boutiques and restaurants. Main Street also hosts a weekly farmer's market on Sundays. SMASH (an alternative school) and John Muir elementary schools are located in the neighborhood. Olympic High, an alternative high school, and Santa Monica High School are also located in the area. Home prices range between 750,000 up to 5 million.
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... Santa Monica Boulevard, Olympic Boulevard, Pico Boulevard, and Ocean Park Boulevard ... All of these streets are four lanes in width however, about half of Ocean Park was recently reduced to two lanes in order to accommodate left-turn lanes ... The major streets are Ocean Avenue and Lincoln Boulevard which goes to Los Angeles International Airport ...
... Ocean Park was constructed with HK$150 million funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club ... Ocean Park ceased to be a subsidiary of the Hong Kong Jockey Club on 1 July 1987, becoming its own statutory body, with a Government-appointed Board ... a HK$200 million trust to ensure the Park’s continued development ...
1891, Kinney and his partner, Francis Ryan, bought a controlling interest in Pacific Ocean Casino and a tract of land 1.5 miles (2.4 km) long and 1,000 feet (300 m) wide along the Santa Monica beach ...
... Ocean Park had been founded by Methodists as an alcohol-free summer community ... The depot at Ocean Part was located on the east side of the tracks immediately to the north of a road crossing ... boxes of canned razor clams from canneries at Ocean Park Park ...
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“Therefore awake! make haste, I say,
And let us, without staying,
All in our gowns of green so gay
Into the Park a-maying!”
—Unknown. Sister, Awake! (L. 912)
“To believe her limited in range because she was harmonious in method is as sensible as to imagine that when the Atlantic Ocean is as smooth as a mill-pond it shrinks to the size of a mill-pond.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)