Wilmington, Long Beach’s Neighbor, Is Planning a $75M+ Industrial Waterfront Transformation—And That’s Excellent News for Our City and Culture

by    in Opinion, Parks & Public Real Estate, Streets & Urban Design
Love looking at renderings of upcoming developments in and around the city? Click here for our full archive. **** Renderings courtesy of the Port of Los Angeles. Above: the Wilmington Waterfront Promenade. There’s more to the Wilmington Waterfront Promenade/Avalon Promenade...
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Long Beach’s Most Marginalized Neighborhoods Bear the Biggest Burden Environmentally

by    in Streets & Urban Design
Above: West Long Beach playground. Graphics by Baktaash Sorkhabi. Additional reporting by Alyssa Edwards. In 2013, the State of California’s Environmental Protection Agency first released CalEnviroScreen, a tool examining pollution burdens and social vulnerability for all of the state’s...
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City Council Unanimously Supports Long Beach Moving Forward on Styrofoam Ban

by    in Out & About
Goodbye, expanded polystyrene foam—or as the planet knows you: styrofoam. Last night, with slight opposition from Councilmembers Stacey Mungo, Suzie Price, and Daryl Supernaw pushing for even stricter conditions, the Council unanimously supported our City Attorney moving forward with...
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