Construction has moved forward on a four-story, 20-unit luxury apartment complex inside The Streets complex (formerly City Place) in an ambitious design led designed by Urban Architecture Lab over a year after the project initially broke ground.
The Long Beach stretch of the Blue Line hits signal after signal, adding on minute after minute for thousands of daily commuters.
The $195M Broadway Block project, a multi-faceted development in Downtown Long Beach, continues to inch toward tangibility.
Metro has announced that it will soon complete construction improvements along the southern portion of the Blue Line—which has been closed since January 26—and begin work on its northern portion come Saturday, June 1.
The Trust for Public Land has released its annual ParkScore list, ranking the nation’s most populous cities on providing their citizens with easy access to green space, and Long Beach officially cracked the Top 20.
After serving for four years as its leader and executive director, Josh Butler has decided to step down from his post at Housing Long Beach.
Long Beach Transit has announced that daily rides on its shoreline-cruising Aqualink will begin Friday, May 24 and continue through the summer.
Staff will examine streets between Junipero Avenue and Alamitos Avenue that might accommodate 90-degree diagonal parking.
Long Beach was named the seventh worst city in the nation when it comes to its citizens being burdened by housing costs, according to research from Smart Asset.
The “missing middle” refers to households that are cost-burdened by market rate housing but unable to qualify for housing subsidies.
Long Beach saw itself climb out of the Top 200 from 2018 and into the Top 50 most bike friendly cities in 2019 according to People for Bikes.
It was one year ago today that the Long Beach Post first began asking you, our readers, to contribute to keeping local journalism alive in the city.
Metro Los Angeles’ proposed budget for this upcoming fiscal year includes a swath of service cuts that could affect riders on the Blue, Expo, and Gold lines.
Car collisions took more lives than the act of homicide did in 2018: 31 people were killed in car collisions in Long Beach. 24 of them were Long Beach residents. 11 of them were pedestrians and bicyclists.