Construction continues on OceanAire residential development in Downtown Long Beach (public slide included)

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The project can be viewed as an attempt to alleviate the issues that have plagued Ocean and Pine.
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Spectrum and Rebuilding Together Home Renovation Provides Aid to Local Resident

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Spectrum and Rebuilding Together hosted the first Spectrum Housing Assist Event on Saturday to renovate a local resident’s home in Long Beach’s eastside.
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Long Beach Tenants Sue Entourage Property Management; Allege Harmful Mold in Complex Caused Health Problems

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Residents who once lived in an apartment complex in Belmont Shore are filing suit against their former landlords, three weeks after other tenants a few blocks away were served notices to vacate and began a protest of their landlord’s...

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A Request for Inspection, Then a Notice To Vacate

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The properties lining the northern border of Ocean Boulevard in Belmont Shore are among some of the most prime real estate locations in Long Beach. The panoramic views of the shore and access to one of the busiest corridors...

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Long Beach Renters Still Falling Through the Cracks Despite Stronger Housing Inspection Program

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Maria Boeker leaned forward on the full-size bed she shares with her 8-year-old son Santiago as she described the measures her landlord had taken against the three families living in the single-family home north of downtown that she calls...

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Studies Show Southern California Rents on the Rise as Luxury Development Increases

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The price of rent in Southern California is projected to continue its upward climb over the next two years, as demand for multifamily units increases and vacancy rates are reduced, according to a study released by the University of...

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Smoke-Free Apartments on the Rise in Long Beach

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Take a deep breath, because it looks like your chances of finding smoke-free housing in Long Beach have greatly improved since a time as recent as 2008. In fact, 48 percent of Long Beach apartments are now smoke-free, up from...

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Turn Your House-Flipping Dreams Into a Reality with Free Long Beach Workshop

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You may be a HGTV Flip or Flop fanatic, but have you ever considered flipping a house yourself? On Tuesday, December 9, you can place your usual daydreams aside and find out how to get started flipping your first...

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OP-ED: Creating Affordable Housing Is an Economic Imperative

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If community needs are ignored, they find their way back to haunt us, often in far more expensive ways than the original cost—and that includes the housing needs of everyone. Creating and preserving housing affordability in Long Beach is not...

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Renovated North Long Beach Apartments Provide Low-Income Housing

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A low-income North Long Beach apartment building celebrated the completion of a $9M mostly state-financed facelift Thursday, when renovated unit interiors, high-efficiency plumbing and electrical systems and landscape improvements were unveiled.

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