In one of the most comprehensive rankings of bike-friendly cities, Bicycling magazine has listed Long Beach at #27 amongst 285 cities analyzed and 40 cities formally ranked.
Pastor's research, with graduates Vanessa Carter and Maya Abood, takes on the task of questioning the literature against rent control and analyzing if moderate forms of rent control would actually help with the housing crisis, as growing research begins to...
The second phase of one of the largest developments in Long Beach, at Ocean Boulevard and Alamitos Avenue, officially broke ground today, bringing Long Beach tallest building one step closer to reality.
Two massive North Long Beach projects face more concrete realities this week with the Planning Commission: The Uptown Commons at the northeast corner of Atlantic and Artesia Blvd. and its southern counterpart, The Uptown, at the southwest corner Atlantic...
It has been the battle of Who's-Right? among researchers seeking a definitive answer to alleviate California's seemingly non-stop housing crisis: How do we prevent displacement and is rent control an answer?
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