City Reaches $13 Million Settlement with OCTA, CalTrans over 405 Improvement Project

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The city announced today that it has reached a settlement agreement with OCTA and California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) for multiple corridor safety and traffic mitigation improvements in East Long Beach.

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New Affordable Mixed-Use Housing Development Coming to Midtown Long Beach

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Having received the approval of the Long Beach Planning Commission last week, Midtown Long Beach is one step closer to getting a 95-unit mixed-use affordable development along the Metro Blue Line light rail, city officials announced Wednesday.

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City Unveils Rendering for New Houghton Park Community Center

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City officials today unveiled a rendering of the new Houghton Park Community Center, a facility that will add to the existing community center built as a series of connected buildings in the 1930s and 1980s.

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Cycling Advocates, City Officials Meet to Discuss State of Bicycling in Long Beach

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During Wednesday night’s Bicycle Roundtable meeting several updates and announcements were made regarding the state of bike boulevards under construction, Long Beach Bike Share and more.

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OP-ED: Land Use Element and How More Density Makes for Less Impacted Parking

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People Post is a space for opinion pieces, letters to the editor and guest submissions from members of the Long Beach community. The following is an op-ed submitted by Cameron Crockett, AIA, principal of Ultra-Unit Architectural Studio, and does...

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Shoreline Gateway to Surpass Long Beach World Trade Center as Tallest Building in the City

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Co-developers Ledcor Properties Inc. and Anderson Pacific LLC, with their partners Qualico and Lantower Residential, announced this week that Shoreline Gateway, a 35-story, mixed-use luxury apartment complex, is estimated to break ground in early 2018.

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Former Church in Bluff Heights Transformed Into Affordable Housing for Seniors

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The grand opening of Immanuel Place, an adaptive reuse of the former Immanuel Church at 3215 East 3rd Street into a new affordable housing development for lower-income seniors, was celebrated Friday.

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Long Beach Officials, Private Partners Celebrate Start of Steel Construction for New Main Library

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City officials were joined by over a hundred guests in downtown Long Beach Tuesday morning to celebrate the start of structural steel construction on the city’s new Main Library, part of the upcoming Long Beach Civic Center Development Project.

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Cal State Long Beach Adds Solar Panels on Campus, Advancing Sustainability Plan

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In an effort to reduce CSULB’s ecological footprint, the campus installed solar panels in parking lots, which are capable of producing one-third of the campus’ energy during peak hours.

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Three Boutique Fitness Studios to Join Incoming Anchor Tenants at Long Beach Exchange

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Burnham-Ward Properties (SOCO and The OC Mix) and its affiliate Burnham USA and Rockwood Capital announced on Tuesday the addition of three boutique fitness concepts to Long Beach Exchange (LBX), a major retail project under development. 

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