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Park Estates

Exclusive and coveted community with exquisite architecture.


Welcome to Park Estates

Park Estates is an exclusive and coveted Long Beach neighborhood with tree-lined streets and large estate-style lots. This architecturally rich community offers gorgeous single-family homes in a wide variety of styles. The housing consists mostly of renovated mid-century modern properties with exquisite interior and exterior designs. The 671 lots comprising Park Estates are covered by the Park Estates Homeowners Association. The HOA endeavors to maintain and enhance the neighborhood’s attractiveness. There is no commercial development within the neighborhood itself, but Park Estates homes are close to diverse shopping and dining at Marina Pacifica and 2ND & PCH.

What to Love

  • Gorgeous architecture 
  • Close to amenities on Alamitos Bay
  • Exclusive and coveted community
  • Outstanding public and private schools

People & Lifestyle

Park Estates’ quiet curving streets evoke an idyllic atmosphere with impeccable peace and privacy. Residents are within easy reach of waterfront dining and recreation on Alamitos Bay. The community is popular with young families because of its outstanding choice of high-performing public and private schools.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

This peaceful residential neighborhood is within easy reach of the waterfront Marina Pacifica and 2ND & PCH shopping centers on Alamitos Bay. The mixed-used Marina Pacifica development features retailers such as Ralphs, Nordstrom Rack, and Barnes & Noble and restaurants including Acapulco for Mexican classics, Kamal Palace for gourmet Indian dishes, and Tantalum for New American cuisine with an Asian twist. Other businesses at Marina Pacifica include a 12-screen AMC movie theater, Bikram Hot Yoga, and Anchors Away Boat Rentals for adventures on the Bay. 2ND & PCH is an upscale shopping and dining destination which opened in late 2019. This chic contemporary commercial hub has more than 45 restaurants, retailers, and services. Standout eateries include The Italian Homemade Company for tasty pasta dishes prepared from scratch and Otosan for authentic Japanese sushi. Shop for beauty products at Sephora, stylish jewelry at Gorjana, and cutting-edge fitness tech at Peloton. You can also grab delicious ice-cream cones and sundaes at Ample Hills Creamery or fresh-roasted coffee and artisanal baked goods at Caffe Luxxe or unwind at Hawt Yoga. Every Wednesday evening, a Farmers’ Market at Marina Vista Park has scores of vendors selling fresh produce and other high-quality foodstuffs.

Things to Do

Park Estates lives up to its name with residents enjoying access to plenty of public parks. There is a small park located within the neighborhood and the larger Whitley Park and Marina Vista Park are just outside. Whitley Park covers 13.5 acres next to the CSULB campus with sports fields and courts, a roller hockey practice court, and children’s play equipment. 18.2-acre Marina Vista Park is adjacent to Marine Stadium on the waterfront. Facilities at Marina Vista Park include a softball diamond, two soccer fields, and tennis courts. Marine Stadium was built for the rowing events during the 1932 Summer Olympics and remains one of the world’s premier watersports venues. A sand beach covers Marine Stadium’s waterfront. Events held here include the Southern California Speedboat Club’s annual Long Beach Sprint Nationals. Other waterfront attractions on Alamitos Bay include Alamitos Bay Beach. Alamitos Bay Marina recently benefited from a $105 million renovation, which replaced all of its docks and 1,624 boat slips. The California State University Long Beach (CSULB) campus is right next to Park Estates. The campus is the third-largest in California and its 323-acre grounds feature a large athletics center, the picturesque Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, the Carpenter Performing Arts Center, and the iconic Walter Pyramid sports complex, where the Long Beach State 49ers basketball and volleyball teams play their home games. Park Estates is also close to several golf courses. The majestic 18-hole greens of Recreation Park 18 and the smaller sister course Recreation Park 9 are immediately to the neighborhood’s south.


Park Estates is zoned in the Long Beach Unified school district.

  • Minnie Gant Elementary, Public, K-5
  • Eunice Sato Academy of Math & Science, Public, 9-12
  • Woodrow Wilson High School, Public, Magnet, 9-12
  • Westerly School of Long Beach, Private, K-8
  • Mater Dei High School, Private, 9-12

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