The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on development projects throughout Long Beach—stalling out some in the planning phase, delaying ongoing construction and, in some cases, forcing developers to bow out. But despite the challenges, there are more than 60 projects at various phases citywide.
In another effort to combat Long Beach’s—and the state’s—housing crisis, the Long Beach Planning Commission is considering a pilot program to allow for the development of micro-units in certain parts of the city.
Metro Los Angeles has formed a task force that will begin exploring how it can eliminate fares for all riders on its network of buses and trains.
With The Pizza Place shuttered, its massive patio—directly neighboring The Falcon—has remained unused and full of potential.
“Proposals determined to be safe and feasible are added to our Open Streets map, a real-time map that’s updated as our vetting process is completed.”
How does a business allow members to escape the monotony of their homes but also assure their safety while working in a shared space?
“It’s important for every human to put something on and see something other than the trouble you’re going through.”
Long Beach received $770,000 from Caltrans to upgrade its fleet for this route as part of the state agency’s Low Carbon Transit Operations Program.
As Long Beach gobbled up land to the north, east, west and south through dozens of annexations it acquired streets and thoroughfares in those neighborhoods and eventually, those street names had to be changed to conform with existing streets.
Metro Los Angeles has approved and expanded funds for a massive complete streets project focusing on Studebaker Road in East Long Beach.
Construction moves swiftly forward on a seven-story, 142-unit mixed-use development at the southwest corner of Broadway and Magnolia.
The Long Beach City Council on Tuesday voted to implement its Safe Streets plan, an innovation attached to the worldwide Vision Zero movement aimed at reducing traffic deaths and injuries.
With its two major Downtown housing and classroom projects now dead, CSULB is forced to reexamine how it can better connect with Long Beach.
A 34-room boutique hotel that will be privately operated by independent developer Yogesh Patel and located in Downtown Long Beach.
Despite making up only about 13% of Long Beach’s population, Black motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists made up 24% of the LBPD’s traffic stops in 2019.
Long Beach and Miami are the only two cities in the world where Lime and Bird’s e-scooter fleets have not been redistributed. The city is working on allowing scooters again.