Less than a year after Tenzo Tea was founded, the product is now sold in 36 locations in Southern California, almost half of which are in Long Beach.
The City of Long Beach continued to make strides in casting itself as one of the most business- friendly cities in the southland in 2016 and ended the year with a strong push aided by streamlined business applicant policies.
The former Ralphs property in Bixby Knolls is finally getting new tenants, as Orange County-based real estate asset management and development firm Red Mountain Retail Group has closed escrow on the property, announced Eighth District Councilmember Al Austin on Monday.
Bellhops, a Lyft-like moving service that arrived in Long Beach earlier this year, announced it has raised $6M from Silicon Valley Investors, bringing the company’s total venture funding to $7.8M.
For Ann Campeau, finding her dream wedding dress was less than ideal. A slightly bigger woman, Campeau found difficulty in finding the perfect plus-sized dress. A year ago, she opened Strut Bridal Salon in Long Beach.
City Council voted Tuesday night to authorize the city manager to conduct research on the fiscal impact of waiving business license fees for all new businesses in their first year in Long Beach.
When his girlfriend called him, Christopher Albert couldn’t believe the news. It was September 11, 2001 and two planes had slammed into the iconic World Trade Center buildings in New York; the United States was under attack.
Nearly a decade since a formal retailer has called 248 Pine Ave. home, Coldwell Banker Commercial has leased the 6,000 sq. ft. space to Shiekh Shoes, adding another shoe shop to the four other shoe shops within less than half a mile (Victor’s Shoes, Easy Fit, Footaction, and Rosy’s Shoes).
A company fairly new to Long Beach is looking to make moving a little easier for residents. Bellhops, which has been hiring college students as movers since October 2012, arrived in Long Beach in May following its success in other cities.