The Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim metro area is the most cost-burdened housing market in the entirety of the nation according to Harvard University.
A small parcel on Redondo Avenue has been converted to a five-unit affordable housing complex specifically for adults with developmental disabilities.
Cal State Long Beach students have started a petition against the university after it raised the price of its TAP card program—which provides students free access to Long Beach Transit buses—from a one-time fee of $5 to $40 per semester.
After opening its flagship shop in Brooklyn, one of the nation’s leading e-bike developers has opened a second location in Long Beach.
The city is attempting to alleviate concerns over the lack of parking and changes that have altered the Broadway corridor.
The Las Ventanas project has officially broken ground to begin construction on a project that is set to house 102 affordable apartment units.
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.