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.
Construction workers have broken ground on a 40-unit development at the southeast corner of Magnolia Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway that will cater specifically to those who are at risk for or currently experiencing homelessness.
The public got its first glimpse this week of a draft inclusionary housing ordinance that has been in the works for nearly three years.
The first draft of Long Beach’s inclusionary ordinance will face the Planning Commission in February before being handed off to City Council.
Making way for more affordable housing for seniors, the Long Beach City Council has formally approved the sale of a lot for developers.
An 88-unit affordable-housing development in Central Long Beach will have to face approval from the City Council tomorrow in order to move forward.
An 88-unit affordable-housing development at the southwest corner of Anaheim Street and Walnut Avenue faced the Planning Commission.
City documents show that a final study session with the Planning Commission will precede a formal review from both the commission and City Council.
A small parcel on Redondo Avenue has been converted to a five-unit affordable housing complex specifically for adults with developmental disabilities.
The Las Ventanas project has officially broken ground to begin construction on a project that is set to house 102 affordable apartment units.