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Pacific Street Park
Pacific St & Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Pacific Street Park is located on Pacific Street, between Neilson Way and Main Street, in the bustling shoppingMore district of southwest Santa Monica. The small park is primarily intended for dogs, as it consists of an off-leash area just under a half-acre in size. Parking is tough, but Pacific Street Park is a useful space for local residents who prefer not to walk their dogs on the paved sidewalks or at the beach.
Pacific Realty Investments
3435 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Pacific Realty Investments is a real estate investment firm that invests in commercial and residentialMore properties. Call the number provided for more information.
First Pacific Financial
3420 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405
First Pacific Financial is a mortgage brokerage firm. The company specializes in apartment loans. In addition, FirstMore Pacific Financial provides loans for retail spaces, industrial buildings and shopping centers.
Metropolitan Pacific Property
201 Santa Monica Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Metropolitan Pacific Property is a commercial real estate service and developer. Located in the Equinox building nearMore the 3rd Street Promenade, Metropolitan Pacific specializes in office buildings, shopping centers, hotels, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, apartment complexes and vacant land with the potential for development. Parking is available in the building, street meters or city parking lots where the first two hours are free.
Pacifica Apartments
501 Pacific St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Pacifica Apartments is located on the corner of Pacific Street and 5th Street inMore the heart of  Santa Monica. Feel safe at home with a completely gated access building. Amenities that make your life a little easier are fully equipped kitchens with dishwasher, plush carpeting, nine foot ceilings, mirrored closet doors and covered parking.
South Beach Park
Barnard Way & Marine St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
South Beach Park is the southernmost of Santa Monica's 26 parks. One of the many parks located along Santa Monica Beach,More it features a playground, basketball court and multiple paved paths for walking and bike-riding. The park is best known for its large hill, atop which sits a pair of benches that provide scenic views of the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Park
380 Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica, CA 90401
This mini–amusement park provides the centerpiece of the Santa Monica Pier. The park itself comprises a largeMore ferris wheel, a dragon swing, a small roller coaster, an action ride theater and a number of other rides geared toward children. Take a refreshing ride on the carousel, ride the giant wheel or enjoy a nice meal at the food arena. A host of free shows can also be seen at Pacific Park, including concerts, karaoke, animal shows and more. Built in 1988 after a storm destroyed the end of the pier, the park has been the center of pier activity ever since. It is also an ideal venue for private events and parties. Hours are seasonal.
Pacific Bay Health
2901 Ocean Park Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Pacific Bay Health is a full-service health clinic providing specialized psychotherapy and alternative medicine servicesMore for clients seeking a non-traditional path towards health and wellness. Michael Vercos, MS, LAc and Jill Howe-Vercos, MA, MFT, are the specialists at this facility, offering acupuncture and clinical psychology services, respectively. Areas of focus include pain management, immune system disorders, sexual abuse and trauma, maternity and geriatrics.
Dorothy Green Park
Ocean Park Blvd & Barnard Way, Santa Monica, CA 90405
One of the larger parks along Santa Monica Beach, Dorothy Green Park has a less-is-more theme. Beyond theMore modestly-sized playground and a few picnic tables made of stone, the main draw here is the large expanses of grass, interrupted only by palm trees. Roughly a mile away from all the action happening to the north (at the Santa Monica Pier) and the south (at the Venice Boardwalk), Dorothy Green Park is low on noise and big on tranquility. You'll be reminded why the nearby ocean is called the Pacific.
Crescent Bay Park
2000 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405
While Crescent Bay Park doesn't have many amenities, it does offer gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean and itsMore beachline. Benches are situated throughout, and a wooden pergola provides shade and seats. The north side of the park is just a few steps away from Cha Cha Chicken, a Caribbean restaurant that is one of the more unusual places to eat near Santa Monica Beach.
Beach Green
2400 Barnard Way, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Beach Green is the second-smallest Santa Monica park by the Pacific Ocean. It is located near Perry's Cafe off BarnardMore Way, and has a beachfront turf area and an enclosed asphalt lot. Beach Green is part of the watershed improvement project, which is funded by the State of California and the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Boards.
Pacific Western Bank
120 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Pacific Western Bank offers products and services for individual and business banking. Personal banking services areMore limited to basic checking and saving products, with auto loans, IRAs and safe deposit boxes available. Business banking offers many more services. Cash management services include lockbox, merchant, courier and remote deposit services. Loans and lines of credit for businesses include working capital, accounts receivable financing, letters of credit, California Capital Access Program, land loans, construction financing and commercial real estate services. Special services are also available for homeowners associations. The branch has secure entry and a 24 hour ATM outside. Free parking is available in one of the public structures nearby. Pacific Western Bank is the fourteenth largest commercial bank based in California.
George's Bistro
1321 3rd Street Promenade, Santa Monica, CA 90401
George's Bistro offers a large selection of continental, French and Italian cuisine within their festive, romanticMore restaurant along the 3rd Street Promenade. Guests are able to eat inside or on their patio with plenty of favorites to choose from like their Pacific Red Snapper. The lighting is dim and low key, giving the ambience a romantic and elegant feel. The food has received rave reviews from those throughout the city. Free parking is available in any of the community garages for up to two hours.
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