Stroll The Port Streets

Stroll The Port Streets


This exclusive Newport Beach neighborhood is one of the most desirable family communities in Southern California, with average home prices exceeding $2.5 million. The 1300 homes are all centered about the meandering green belt that encompasses acres of parks, pools and schools, and the award winning “Anderson” elementary school is in the heart of Harbor View. No other area offers such an infrastructure based primarily on the needs of families.

On a typical weekend, the streets of Harbor View are lined with freestanding basketball hoops, bicycles, and scores of children and parents. The plethora of activities offered for youth often take place in the center of this community, with athletic and sports teams practicing and competing year-round.

Stroll The Port Streets is the private monthly magazine delivered exclusively to the residents of this affluent, family-friendly neighborhood. Members of affluent communities want a quality product that they can be proud of. We exceed their expectations by providing a professional solution for their communication needs. The publication is a vital community resource and all the content and photos are about the residents who live there. Consequently, the readership of the magazine is extremely high. Our readers look forward to each new issue, because it is all about their neighbors. They save and re-read each newsletter. The advantage this gives our advertisers’ message is that it doesn’t get lost in the sea of junk mail. It gets seen repeatedly each month.

We offer businesses an exciting and effective method to target highly sought-after clients. By providing a well-designed, quality publication filled with local stories and photos, we have seen these neighborhoods increase attendance at social events and allow residents to widen their circle of friends. Our publications actually help residents get to know each other and find other members in their communities with similar interests.

Publication FAQs

  • Sent monthly to all the residents in the community via USPS.
  • Full-color and glossy and is 40-60 pages in length.
  • 1-to-1 content-to-ads ratio.
  • Limited sponsorships available.
  • All content and photos are community driven.
  • Resident-supported and read cover-to-cover each month.
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