Pocket parks—green spaces in cities that would otherwise be swallowed up by development—Long Beach could very well reign supreme.
The $215 million Broadway Block project, a multi-faceted development set to take up the eastern edge of Long Beach Boulevard between Broadway and Third Street, has officially broke ground and will bring one of the city’s largest developments to what has largely been an empty parking lot for decades.
Shoreline Development Partners are being sued by one its subcontractors, according to documents obtained by Longbeachize.
While early construction began on the Verizon Building adpative reuse, a lack of funding and litigation has put the project into a state of emergency.
The City Council has decided to deny an appeal that challenged the legality of a major development at the northeast corner of Pacific Avenue and Third Street.
The Long Beach Planning Commission will decide whether to let developers move forward with a two-structure complex on the northeast corner of Pacific Avenue and Third Street come Thursday, September 19.
The once-empty lot at the southwest corner of Fourth Street and Linden Avenue has become The Linden, a 49-unit, six-story mixed-use residential complex.
The draft environmental impact report for the massive, 30-story hotel being proposed in Downtown Long Beach is now being distributed for public comment.
More details have emerged surrounding the West Gateway project that is being proposed for the massive 719-acre space at 600 Broadway.
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.