Forget the fact that 46% of the ocean’s plastic pollution is comprised solely from nets from the fishing industry. We don’t use straws anymore.
Requiring housing developers to attach a certain amount of parking to housing is the perfect recipe for increasing housing costs.
The Long Beach Planning Commission on Thursday discussed recommendations for a future inclusionary housing ordinance—which could mandate that developers contribute to the city’s affordable housing stock.
A new study shows that zoning, far more than higher rents, incentivizes developers—and cities need to accommodate denser housing if they want to begin to see its way out of the housing crisis.
The draft environmental impact report for the massive, 30-story hotel being proposed in Downtown Long Beach is now being distributed for public comment.
The summit will have one question at its center: How can the church move beyond its walls to include the marginalized?
Making way for more affordable housing for seniors, the Long Beach City Council has formally approved the sale of a lot for developers.
New renderings reveal what the Breakers Building will look like after investment group Pacific6 has completed its renovation of the 14-story building.
An 88-unit affordable-housing development in Central Long Beach will have to face approval from the City Council tomorrow in order to move forward.
The initial creation of the pass will cost $350,000, split between the city and Long Beach Transit.
In Metro’s eyes, Long Beach is “We’ll get to you later.” And in OCTA’s eyes, Long Beach is what you pass through before you get to Santa Monica.
The state’s Department of Finance has released grim statistics when it comes to California meetings its housing goals amid the state’s housing crisis.
Alamitos Beach, just south of the Villa Riviera and east of Shoreline Drive, will be the first area to have construction beginning Aug. 1 after an initial announcement stating the project would break ground in April.
An 88-unit affordable-housing development at the southwest corner of Anaheim Street and Walnut Avenue faced the Planning Commission.