Talk:Costa Verde, CA

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I'm not so sure this is fictional. On the Season 2 spoiler talk page, HiroDinoSlayer said, "The spoiler says it is a fictional place. However, there is a Costa Verde, CA; a small area in the 92122 zipcode area of San Deigo, of which Costa Verde Blvd runs through. I think there is also a Costa Verde beach (esp playa de Costa Verde) in Southern CA." However, according to Google Earth, the area that Costa Verde Blvd runs through is called University City. Conduit 17:20, 29 September 2007 (EDT)

In the latest episode, "I Am Become Death", a satellite picture of "Costa Verde" is shown on TV. This is actually an image of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in California. I recognized it right away because I live here! There's a tiny street called "Via Costa Verde" in Rancho Palos Verdes. The nuclear blast is depicted in the heart of Rolling Hills, however. Google Maps link —Deadcode 22:47, 6 October 2008 (PDT)

In the episode "Trust and Blood" they showed and aerial view of the town of "Costa Verde" and having lived in the area I noticed Catalina Island on the horizon and a golf course on the coast so I went to Google Maps and did a search for golf courses on the coast parallel to Catalina and came up with "Rancho Palos Verdes" - I posted comparison images of Costa Verde from the show and a screen shot from Google Earth of Rancho Palos Verdes here.

RE: Costa Verde location name - I used to live in SD and LA, been thru Rancho PV on Via Costa Verde too. Wonder if by chance this could also be a small tribute to the "Poltergeist" movie housing development named "Cuesta Verde Estates" which was built on the graveyard [ ]. I seem to be seeing more such references lately, since that movie was resurrected (some pun intended). Cheers from another minor city in the Heroes universe, Austin TX. BTW, I just found that there's also a Cuesta Verde street in an upscale lakeside community not far from here, makes you wonder! - HiRoll 20:30, 8 Nov. 2008 (CDT)

A City?

Has it ever been said that Costa Verde is a city or sub-urban town. Surely, if it is only an area in a larger city, then it can still be referred to as Costa Verde? --mc_hammark 11:16, 8 December 2009 (EST)