How Long Beach birthed the LA brewpub—and with it, an independent beer revolution that is more important (and ethical) than ever

by    in Commentary, Food, Life
Long before Congregation taught Downtowners how to drink beer in Long Beach ... Long before Beachwood was named the world's best gastropub ... Long before the Blendery slung out beers that were as intellectual as they were delectable ...
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Fresh Renderings Released for Adpative Reuse Residential Project in Downtown Long Beach

by    in Streets & Urban Design
Love looking at renderings of upcoming developments in the city? Click here for our full archive. **** Renderings courtesy of Studio One Eleven.  In one of the more unique projects in Long Beach when it comes to housing, the former...
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Long Abandoned and a Hidden Gem, East Village Arts Park Hopes to Find New Energy in Downtown Long Beach

by    in Parks & Public Real Estate
Photos by Jon Cicchetti. Placemaking—the idea that spaces aren’t things people pass by but, rather, things they use and experience—is an art form. And when it comes to Long Beach, it has long struggled in creating long-lasting public, open spaces...

Work Continues on AMLI Park Broadway Residential Development in Downtown Long Beach

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For our full archive of renderings of upcoming projects, click here. **** Rendering courtesy of AMLI. Photos courtesy of Urbanize.LA/Michael Hayes. Construction continues on AMLI Park Broadway’s edifice, located at 245 W. Broadway, with the project showing off its tangible...