While early construction began on the Verizon Building adpative reuse, a lack of funding and litigation has put the project into a state of emergency.
North Long Beach could very well see its park supply increase thanks to a project which seeks to nearly double the acreage of Ed “Pops” Davenport Park
The City Council has decided to deny an appeal that challenged the legality of a major development at the northeast corner of Pacific Avenue and Third Street.
It is a ranking most cities don’t want to achieve: When it comes to making a city less affordable, Long Beach ranks the third “best” in the nation, sitting behind Detroit and New Orleans.
After ten months of rehab work and closures, $1.2 billion, and a lot of frustration, it seems that Metro has yet to get the A Line back on track.
The Uptown Commons retail development will be taking over an empty, two-acre lot at 6600 Atlantic Ave. in North Long Beach.
Long Beach native and rapper Snoop Dogg will act as emcee for the Metro’s newly minted A Line (formerly the Blue Line) when the light rail formally re-opens to full functionality on Nov. 2.
Set to affect some 197 parking spots, parking will be limited to three hours from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday with payment of $1 per hour.
West Long Beach is park poor—as in federally-defined as park poor, with less than an acre for every 1,000 of its residents.
Union Station’s historic ticketing hall will become home to the Metro Blue Line Celebration and Vintage Sign Auction event, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. as well as live online for those wishing to bid from home.