Laserfiche unveils massive plan for new headquarters in Los Cerritos

Laserfiche, the Long Beach-based software development company, has unveiled its massive plan to build a 74-foot-high, 102,848 square-foot office building and separate, three-story parking garage.

Taking over 10 empty lots across two addresses—3443 Long Beach Blvd. will be home to the office building and 210 E. 35th St. will house the parking garage—the project will not only be visible from the 405 Freeway but require multiple entitlements, discretionary approvals, and a zoning change, all through the Planning Commission.

A rendering of the new Laserfiche development as seen from Long Beach Blvd. facing north. Courtesy of Studio One Eleven.

A rendering of the new Laserfiche development as seen from Long Beach Blvd. facing north. Courtesy of Studio One Eleven.

And it’s also why the City of Long Beach was required to create a study outlining practically every aspect of the project.

Designed by Studio One Eleven, the office structure evokes mid-modern design with its geometric, box-like features and lateral slats with alternating floor depths that create additional patio and terrace space across different levels.

Meanwhile, the parking garage, which includes parking on its roof, will be home to 343 vehicles during operating hours and empty otherwise.

A rendering of the new Laserfiche development as seen from Locust at 35th St. Courtesy of Studio One Eleven.

A rendering of the new Laserfiche development as seen from Locust at 35th St. Courtesy of Studio One Eleven.

Laserfiche will be located at 3443 Long Beach Blvd. in Cal Heights.

Brian Addison is a columnist and editor for the Long Beach Post. Reach him at [email protected] or on social media at FacebookTwitterInstagram, and LinkedIn.

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Brian Addison has been a writer, editor and photographer for more than a decade, covering everything from food to politics to urban transportation and housing. In 2015, he was named Journalist of the Year by the Los Angeles Press Club and has since garnered 12 nominations and an additional win for Best Political Commentary. Born in Big Bear, he has lived in Long Beach since college. Brian currently serves as a columnist and editor for the Long Beach Post.
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