According to listing agent Janet Neman of Kidder Mathews, the buyers intend to build a mixed-use development on the site, just west of The Current Apartments and on the same block as the 35-story Shoreline Gateway luxury apartment complex.
The site is likely to continue serving as a restaurant, and it’s ideally set up to function as one, at least so long as COVID-19 and its delta variant don’t bring further restrictions.
California Heights is quickly becoming one of the hottest neighborhoods in the city for home sales, thanks in a large part to its location close to high-paying jobs at the booming space technology industries near Long Beach Airport.
“He was a very dear friend and his death pains me greatly,” said Ross Wallach, president of the Southern California Speedboat Club, which organizes the annual event.
Long Beach prices are forcing home-buyers away from the coast into the Inland Empire, where prices are more affordable—though still only relatively.
Colonna is happy enough going back to the home at the tip of the Peninsula—moving between the two locations is sort of the luxury version of “out of the frying pan, into the kettle.”
Long Beach-based Rocket Lab has a bit of rocket-science fun in coming up with names of its missions to deliver satellites into orbit.
The residence at 2501 E. First St. has been a fixture on home tours of Bluff Park, where visitors have admired its faithful Spanish Revival style.
Today, there are just five single-family homes in Long Beach listed at more than $4 million. The elite homes of Long Beach.
North Long Beach might still be the best place to start out and build your wealth in Long Beach. Of course, it takes a bit more wealth to start out these days than it did a dozen years ago.