An 88-unit affordable-housing development at the southwest corner of Anaheim Street and Walnut Avenue faced the Planning Commission.
City documents show that a final study session with the Planning Commission will precede a formal review from both the commission and City Council.
A small parcel on Redondo Avenue has been converted to a five-unit affordable housing complex specifically for adults with developmental disabilities.
The Las Ventanas project has officially broken ground to begin construction on a project that is set to house 102 affordable apartment units.
48 new affordable units will break ground on March 27 near the Blue Line at Pacific Coast Highway and Long Beach Boulevard.
One of Long Beach’s least-discussed affordable housing developments will officially break ground this Wednesday, March 20.
Crews have broken ground on an an eight-story, mixed-income residential complex at the southeast corner of Seventh and Pacific in Downtown.
After introducing & failing to pass SB 827, Sen. Scott Wiener is attempting to return to the inspiration behind the original bill with SB 50.
Sen. Scott Wiener and Sen. Ben Allen are introducing a repeal of Article 34, what Wiener calls “a scar on the California Constitution.”
The City of Long Beach has been looking into an inclusionary housing ordinance for well over a year and will now host two community meetings to discuss the matter.