Playa Vista Real Estate History. Sections of the Playa Vista was owned by the Howard Hughes empire. In the 1940s the site housed private airfield runway, airplanes, helicopter, satellites, a center for radar and missile systems. The famous Spruce Goose was built and stored on this site. 2001 Phase One of Playa Vista real estate begins. A mixture of upscale luxury residential housing and commercial spaces. There are open common grounds and recreational amenities. Playa Vista newest Westside neighborhood in more than 50 years. Sits next to restored Ballona Wetlands and wildlife preserve. Playa Vista is adjacent to Marina del Rey, Westchester and near Los Angeles Airport. Playa Vista real estate is a Planned Unit Development (PUD). Gaining Westside and International attention. Outstanding architects and urban planners have combined to create an environmentally friendly, active-lifestyle real estate showpiece in West Los Angeles, CA. Mixed-used community fuses retail, commercial, residential and recreational space. Residents can live, work, shop and play without traffic, stress, and hassles associated with “leapfrog” community setting.
Phase One consists of 3,246 new residential housing residents ranging from luxury condominiums, townhouses, single-family homes guide and apartment rentals. Parks and recreational amenities have been developed. Concert Park gives free Spring – Summer Concerts and Events. Phase 1 has Playa Vista Elementary School VIEW: Playa Vista Elementary School Website and Playa Vista Public Library Website. Concert Park is surrounded by a bank, restaurant, dry cleaners, beauty salon, pet store, grocery, Ballona Creek Bicycle Path and other retail shops. Playa Vista in 1998 was selected by President Bill Clinton as one of six communities in the nation as Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH). Connected to broadband capabilities and telecommunications. A model for green development utilizing energy-saving systems, non-toxic, recycled materials. Construction and functionality minimize impacts of development on the environment. Playa Vista residential and commercial serviced by 100% recycled water. New construction. Playa Vista Silicon Beach newest additions are The Reserve and Runway.