The public got its first glimpse this week of a draft inclusionary housing ordinance that has been in the works for nearly three years.
Parking structures in your neighborhood might make it easier to get home; but you might not want to live there.
Pocket parks—green spaces in cities that would otherwise be swallowed up by development—Long Beach could very well reign supreme.
Most of the improvements are expected to be completed by 2022
Long Beach continues to keep its Top 10 position among cities nationwide as a walkable place for its citizens and visitors.
Long Beach has been named the country’s 25th most ethnically diverse city and the ninth most ethnically diverse “large city” with a population over 250,000.
A woman who did absolutely everything she was “supposed to do” was killed and because the driver wasn’t drunk, high, and had a license, he was free to go.
A new measure that would allow municipalities to enact rent control laws on more residential units is headed for the November ballot.
Pacific6 is hoping to add six more units to make for a total of 80 units in the Ocean Center development in Downtown Long Beach.
As for who’s renting these pricier Downtown apartments, trends have shown a rise in single, college-educated workers who live alone.
With a massive budget of $140,000, one of the costliest build-outs for an amusement ride in the country, the Cyclone Racer opened on Memorial Day in 1930.
Long Beach, according to the most recent study released, is the tenth worst city in the nation when it comes to commute times for its citizens.
With great design comes great praise as the accolades the Long Beach Airport continues to receive seem endless.
The Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners approved a development permit today for the first phase of the planned San Pedro Public Market
Developers of the 42-acre San Pedro Public Market are likely to finally receive their construction permit to break ground.
The first draft of Long Beach’s inclusionary ordinance will face the Planning Commission in February before being handed off to City Council.
According to their research, new housing construction slowed rent increases in nearby apartments and increased migration from other low-income neighborhoods.
The Planning Commission on Thursday will consider developing an additional 5.5 acres of unused space west of the park.
Councilmember Rex Richardson seems to be the only one who cares about affordable housing in a city with homelessness and a lack of affordability.