The Long Beach City Council voted unanimously to deny an appeal that sought to require more environmental review for the project.
The Long Beach Planning Commission approved the 108-unit project in November but now the City Council must vote on an appeal filed after the commission’s November vote.
It’s not clear yet when Ruth’s Chris will open, but the restaurant is part of a full-building renovation and expansion planned by Thrifty Oil Co., owner of the office tower located at 180 E. Ocean Blvd.
The former site of a Methodist church designed by Kenneth S. Wing in Downtown Long Beach could soon become a seven-story mixed-used tower.
A new, mixed-use development project is currently underway in Downtown Long Beach at the location of the former State Office building, city officials announced yesterday.
The Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award for “Sustainable Practices, Communities or Facilities” was given to the City of Long Beach for its Downtown Plan.
The City of Long Beach continued to purge its former redevelopment property holdings Tuesday night as the city council approved another site for purchase, this time greenlighting a $6 million sale of the property located at the northeast corner of 3rd Street and Pacific Avenue to an Arizona developer.