A new seven-story, 142-unit mixed-use development, the Broadway and Magnolia Apartments, was approved yesterday by the Long Beach Planning Commission, it was announced.
Downtown Long Beach has changed considerably over the last few decades, with crime reaching historic lows and developments springing up at an accelerating pace. At the current pace of parcel sales being approved by the Long Beach City Council, downtown could be nearly unrecognizable by the end of the decade.
Tonight at 5:30PM, Long Beach Councilwoman Lena Gonzalez is hosting Downtown 2.0, a program intended to educate Long Beach residents on the latest occurrences in downtown Long Beach, her office announced yesterday.
Long Beach residents are invited to help rename City Place in downtown Long Beach, the shopping center announced today, in partnership with Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA). Residents have until January 4, 2016 to submit their idea for the renaming of the soon-to-be-revamped shopping center through its Facebook page, starting today.
The Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) is partnering with the City of Long Beach and Vice Mayor Lowenthal and releasing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the design and construction of a temporary outdoor public space at the southeast corner of Ocean Boulevard and Pine Avenue.
The newest downtown luxury high-rise “The Current” has selected its lease agency, CBRE’s Long Beach team, developers Anderson Pacific, LLC and Ledcor Properties, Inc. announced today.
An annual report released last week by Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) recorded six million tourists for 2014, $2 billion investments in real estate transactions and a potential increase of $42 million in new retail spending within a one-mile-radius of DTLB between 2014 and 2015, numbers that indicate a “renaissance,” according to the DLBA personnel who conducted the study.
Long Beach will have a new way to pay for parking come later this month when the city begins replacing 1,114 coin-only parking meters with smart solar-powered parking meters that accept coins, debit and credit cards in downtown Long Beach, according to a statement from the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA).
Rainbow Juices has officially set the date for their Grand Opening celebration, to be held March 14 from 3:00PM to 10:00PM at their brand new location at 246 E. 3rd St.
The Breakers Building, which was designated as a historic landmark in 1989 and has served as long-term senior care facility since 1990, could be on the verge of phasing out that portion of its nearly 90-year history in favor of converting the site into a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. The action comes as the facility is currently facing a court battle that could end in the revocation of its license to be an elderly care center being stripped away.