The three new businesses, along with three that were previously announced, are slated to open this summer.
The construction project, which includes a new mental health and community living center, will bring long-needed upgrades to the facility and the patients it serves.
A total of 101 medical centers applied to be in the first eight-month cohort of the American College of Radiology’s Mammography Position Improvement Collaborative, but only six were selected—and one of them was the MemorialCare Breast Center in Long Beach.
The NOW Massage, a high-end chain, is set to open this winter after the company’s permit was approved at last week’s Planning Commission meeting.
Senior service providers, like so many other businesses, faced hurdles during the pandemic. But these businesses were also serving a population that was already vulnerable to isolation and illness.
Even as office rental rates remain lower than other nearby cities, Downtown Long Beach saw a vacancy rate of 22.4% last quarter.
These days, the company’s founder Michael O’Toole says he thinks demand for the service is even higher than it was prior to COVID.
The long-awaited opening of the Breakers Hotel is slated for next fall—and the property now has a new operator behind the effort.
Harbor Breeze ridership has returned closer to pre-pandemic numbers, Captain Dan Salas said, and this return to a consistent flow has prompted him to take his business “to the next level.”
The winery is set to shutter its 217 Pine Ave. location on Tuesday after just under three years there. The location of the winery’s new Downtown home has yet to be finalized.