One of Long Beach’s least-discussed affordable housing developments will officially break ground this Wednesday, March 20.
Crews have broken ground on an an eight-story, mixed-income residential complex at the southeast corner of Seventh and Pacific in Downtown.
After introducing & failing to pass SB 827, Sen. Scott Wiener is attempting to return to the inspiration behind the original bill with SB 50.
Sen. Scott Wiener and Sen. Ben Allen are introducing a repeal of Article 34, what Wiener calls “a scar on the California Constitution.”
The City of Long Beach has been looking into an inclusionary housing ordinance for well over a year and will now host two community meetings to discuss the matter.
Ten affordable, to-own units for low income families are coming to the Washington neighborhood nestled above Willmore and below South Wrigley.
The Las Ventanas development, formerly known as the Pacific Apartments, has released renderings for the project set to house 102 affordable units at Long Beach Blvd. near Pacific Coast Highway.
Located at 1900 Long Beach Blvd., just north of Pacific Coast Highway, The Spark is one of many transit oriented housing projects coming online in the city.
Beautiful in design, centrally located near transit, and catering to veterans and senior citizens, the $80.4M Beacon project is finally taking shape in DTLB.