This year’s development forum, hosted by Mayor Robert Garcia, was inherently different from last year’s—and here’s why, Long Beach.
The Planning Commission has entitled the massive West Gateway in Downtown Long Beach, one of the most ambitious projects to be proposed in Long Beach.
The City Council will examine the possibility of a 12-month moratorium on new drive-thrus after complaints about them arose.
A coalition of local advocacy groups sent the City Council a letter today urging the city to set a moratorium on drive-thrus until its study of the existing and already-approved drive-thrus is completed—and Garcia gave his thumbs up.
101 square miles. Four times the size of Manhattan. That is the amount of space dedicated to surface parking lots across Los Angeles County.
The height wars within Downtown Long Beach have officially begun.
Fresh renderings have been revealed for an eight-story mixed-use building set to be developed on the corner of Broadway and Long Beach Boulevard.
After a tumultuous battle that stretches back over four years ago, the long-awaited hotel and condominium projects dubbed Silversands is set to break ground next year.
During Mayor Robert Garcia’s overview of 75 development projects being proposed or constructed throughout the city, there were some definitive highlights that—despite whether you’re a fan of reach-for-heaven development or not—are ambitious to the extent that they’ll alter the city.
The Jergins Trust building was once the bustling epicenter of Downtown. The developer also plans to somehow incorporate the famed Jergins Tunnel into the design.