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1830 Gateway Dr, San Mateo, CA 94404
$2,813 | 1 Bed

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730 Mariners Island Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94404
$2,450 - $2,700 | 1 Bed
1987 Bridgepointe Pky, San Mateo, CA 94404
$2,910 - $5,140 | 1 - 3 Beds
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Marina Lagoon Neighborhood in San Mateo, CA

Marina Lagoon Neighborhood

Marina Lagoon is two neighborhoods. Zip code 94403 starts with the northern border at State Route 92 (J. Arthur Younger Freeway). The western border is State 101 ending at the southernmost point which Rock Harbor Lane. The eastern border is Seal Slough.

This area has single-family homes, apartments, and condos. The Marina Lagoon residents play baseball and basketball at Lakeshore Park. Children enjoy the playground, and outdoor grilling is popular. Access is easy, as San Mateo provides bus routes throughout the district. Los Prados Park is a local favorite with its ball fields and room for soccer. When not playing sports, the picnic area with grills is the place to be.

The Los Prados Shopping Center is located in the southern portion. There are many diverse shopping and dining options. The Bridgepointe Shopping Center, in the northern section, has many more places to shop. Children attend Parkside Elementary, Bayside Middle School and Juniper Serra High School.

Zip code 94404, shares State 92 as the southern border. This section changes to the west side of Seal Slough and follows it all the way to Tidelands Park, the northern border. The eastern border starts at Tidelands Park, down Mariners Island Boulevard to Lakeside Drive, where it turns south again at Vintage Park Drive.

The Marina Lagoon residents also play at Mariner’s Island Park. Children love the playground and there is usually someone batting balls at the field. The picnic areas are great for family outings. The kids also have a climbing wall, which is always a favorite activity.

The homes in this area are mostly large condo and townhouse developments, many with private docks. The views of the water and the opportunity to travel the Delta to San Francisco are an appealing draw to Marina Lagoon for many.

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