The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) announced Thursday that Broc Coward, current Chief of Staff for Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal, will serve as the organization’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) starting January 1, 2016.
Today, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) announced its 2015-2016 Board of Directors and Executive Committee, which includes its new chair Michelle Molina. Notably, Toliver Morris of Manulife Properties was also selected as the new chair-elect of the Executive Committee, the DLBA stated in a release issued today.
Starting today, the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) is teaming with the City of Long Beach in launching Black(out) Friday, a promotional weekend designed to encourage residents to flock to downtown Long Beach after last weekend’s power outage, starting this morning and running through midnight Sunday.
Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) is accepting applications for community members’ beautification ideas where the winning idea can earn up to $10,000, the DLBA announced Wednesday.
This year’s Spirit of Downtown awards, to be held February 19, will honor Giovanna Ferraro, owner of Groundwork Fitness; Mary Coburn, outgoing operations manager at the DLBA; City Fabrick Founder and Executive Director Brian Ulaszewski; and Friends of Lincoln Park.
More than 13,500 people attended the Downtown Long Beach’s New Year’s Eve celebration.
The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) will be entering the new year with a bang of their own as they expand and entirely renovate their offices in order to “ensure creativity and connectivity to the Downtown community remains alive and well,” in the words of DLBA President and CEO Kraig Kojian.
The reason behind the DLBA’s Placemaking Grants is simple: to put more people on the street through your own idea of what makes a space a place.
An Outreach Specialist is joining the Downtown Long Beach Associates in its effort to provide more resources and reduce the homelessness in Downtown Long Beach, DLBA President and CEO Kraig Kojian said.
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.