A million-dollar house, while boringly common in many parts of the city, is rare in North Long Beach, where the median price is about $650,000.
For three and a half years, there were no roads leading to the J.H. Davies Bridge. Mocking headlines ensued: including “Million-Dollar Seagull Roost Gathers Guano.”
If you want to enjoy the World Cup matches as they’re meant to be enjoyed, in a wild, celebratory setting, sitting amid the madness of crowds, you need to go where those crowds go.
The Zaferia neighborhood in the 90804 area still retains a fairly unique vibe and has a robust business association assisting the area’s hundreds of shops, services and restaurants.
Maybe you remember Melvin Dummar who, as the story goes, performed a compassionate act that reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes would never forget and which he would reward by bequeathing about $150 million worth of his estate.
The marquee neighborhoods in the 90803 are Naples and the Peninsula, along with Belmont Shore, lower Belmont Heights and the historic district of Bluff Park—all places where, to a large degree, you need multiple millions to buy a house you’d like to live in.
A mixup sparked a day that would become known as False Armistice Day, a premature celebration that brought joy worldwide four days before the ceasefire became official on Nov. 11.
After being canceled or scaled back because of the pandemic, Long Beach’s Veterans Day celebration is finally back in full force—although it won’t have a parade this year.
Only about 7% of the structures in the 90802 ZIP code are detached single-family homes, with the majority of them in the eastern part of the ZIP, in Alamitos Beach.
With Hughes at the controls and a crew of 29, the flying boat lifted 33 feet off the surface and flew a half-mile at a speed of about 80 mph in 26 seconds before making a perfect landing.