It is surprisingly feasible to imagine the Angels playing in Downtown Long Beach on the waterfront with the most picturesque background in baseball.
More housing, more investment in the city and more density in Downtown Long Beach is a good thing.
The next two public events focusing on the development and land use of North Long Beach, starting with its arterial roads Artesia Boulevard and Atlantic Avenue, are scheduled to take place within the next week.
The project can be viewed as an attempt to alleviate the issues that have plagued Ocean and Pine.
More young and affluent people are continuing to move into Downtown Long Beach’s growing residential offerings, according to the Downtown Long Beach Associates 2014 Economic Profile released last month.
By Naida Tushnet | It’s unfortunate that Long Beach Post appears to be allowing itself to be a mouthpiece for a hotel lobbyist in its one-sided coverage of the Bluff Hotel Project.
The California Coastal Commission (CCC) voted unanimously in a 12-0 vote to not grant Silversand Properties the right to build a proposed 72-hotel room, 33-condo building at Ocean and Cherry where the current, dilapidated Beach Plaza Hotel currently sits.