TENT EN OCEANSIDE
Located within four blocks of over 3.5 miles of white sandy beaches, and in an area that has been rated the fifth most desirable climate in the world (and second most desirable in the nation), TENTEN Oceanside offers more than twenty-five luxury suites where professionals can live, work, and play in an environment ideal for meeting people and networking in a classic California beach community setting. Fully furnished units, a high-tech business center, and a private 8,000 square foot rooftop recreation sundeck are just a few examples of the features found throughout TENTEN Oceanside. No matter how long or short your stay, the wealth of amenities provided at TENTEN Oceanside were designed specifically for your lifestyle.
Oceanside is a thriving community that boasts all the conveniences of a modern city. Interstate 5, California’s main highway, and Highway 78 run through Oceanside. Highway 76 and Interstate 15 are also nearby. Considered the gateway city between San Diego and Los Angeles, Oceanside provides easy access to all major Southern California destinations while maintaining its coastal beauty and independence. Located in the agriculturally rich San Luis Rey Valley, mainstays of Oceanside’s economy extend beyond tourism and also include sporting and recreational goods, biotech, and Medtech companies. Home to Camp Joseph H. Pendleton, the nation’s largest Marine Corps base, and with substantial business communities at Ocean Ranch Corporate Centre, Rancho del Oro Technology Park, Seagate Business Park, and Pacific Coast Business Park, where you can find high caliber companies like Genentech, Coca-Cola, and Ashworth, Oceanside is bound to continue to grow.
Evidence of Oceanside’s growth is further evident in downtown Oceanside off Seagaze and Tremont streets, just around the corner from TENTEN Oceanside. This is where you will find the third busiest transit center in California; trains, buses, shuttles, and taxis are available regularly in a state-of-the-art facility to get visitors and residents where they need to go. The Coaster and Metrolink commuter trains are great for a business dinner in San Diego, a weekend getaway to Los Angeles, or to spend a day with friends at Disneyland in Anaheim.