The neighborhood is primarily a residential neighborhood with surrounded industrial fields and freeways intersections. The neighborhood, together with the rest of East Los Santos is one of the highest areas from the city, due to its proximity to the Tataviam Mountains. For its ethnical part, the neighborhood is primarily Hispanic as it's too a hangout spot for several Latino gangs.
Events of GTA V
Murrieta Heights takes its influence from the real life neighborhood called Boyle Heights and its surrounding smaller Hispanic neighborhoods.
The intersection between the Olympic Freeway and the Del Perro Freeway is situated in the neighborhood, it's also the first neighborhood that the player will see after arriving from Blaine County through the Palomino/Senora Freeway.
Roads and Streets
Places of Interest
- Lester Crest's warehouse
- Murrieta Oil Field
- Hardwood & Lumber Supply
- Rob's Liquor
- The name could be a reference to the city of Murrieta, California, named after Juan Murrieta, a Spanish land owner in California in the late 19th century.
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