The North Town Open Space Master Plan has identified opportunities to create new public open spaces and connections between them.
The Long Beach City Council approved Tuesday night the Downtown and Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Pedestrian Master Plan, the product of a three-year planning effort to create a safer and more enjoyable pedestrian-friendly downtown, as well as enhanced commuting options throughout Long Beach, according to the announcement released Thursday.
The idea began in the years the TED conference was held in Long Beach: a walkway to bridge the Terrace Theater patio with the walkway leading from Ocean Avenue to the Long Beach Convention Center.
The Long Beach City Council unanimously approved a deal that will enter it into a transient occupancy tax agreement with American Life Inc. for the purchase and development of the parcel of land that previously held the Jergins Trust Building.
At the May 17 Long Beach City Council meeting, the council members will have the opportunity to review two development proposals for the downtown area, according to a City of Long Beach release issued today. Both proposals involve past Redevelopment Agency parcels now owned by the city through the Redevelopment Agency’s successor agency, Long Range Property Management Plan.
Sixth District Councilman Dee Andrews announced Tuesday that he is bringing a new retail commercial development to the Sixth District of Long Beach, in conjunction with three-time Super Bowl Champion Willie McGinest.
A full façade improvement has been completed at the corner of Anaheim Street and Long Beach Boulevard in central Long Beach, a block well-used and frequented thanks to the Metro Blue Line Station, yet clearly dilapidated and in need of improvements.