If you want to use the Ebell for your own wedding, you’d better hurry up and get engaged now. Owner Alan Dunn says the space, which handles about 100 to 120 events per year, is booked on Saturdays pretty much all year.
Developer Lloyd Whaley set a 2.5-acre lot aside for himself on Bryant Drive, perhaps the toniest street in Park Estates and one that was named for Susanna Bixby Bryant, who, as owner of Rancho Los Cerritos, had owned much of the 205 acres that made up the neighborhood.
The Clock House today mirrors the quality of its stewardship, with loads of rich wood throughout with simple Federalist design features.
$1,000/month studio apartments are virtually extinct in Long Beach these days, with only about 2% of rentals going for $1,000 or less, while more than 50% are renting for more than $2,000 a month.
Among the award-winning homes this year is a pair of fairly heroic projects that rescued some examples of early Long Beach from obscurity, if not outright destruction.
The penthouses are all two-story units situated on the 18th and 19th floors of the towers at 388 and 488 E. Ocean Blvd., and range in interior roaming space from 2,094 to 2,330 square feet.
Homes costing in excess of a million dollars are beginning to appear in neighborhoods north of the high-dollar coastal areas in Long Beach, such as Los Altos and Lakewood Village.
The residents of Seal Beach Shores incorporated in November 2005 with the specific purpose of buying the park. It is now a stock cooperative in which the residents own not only their homes, but a share of the land on which they sit.
If it helps you rationalize the cost, that’s only the price of about 425 venti lattes per day at Starbucks. Everything’s less costly when you compare it to the price of a Starbucks’ lattes.
Avalon home prices roughly mirror the prices you’ll find in coastal Long Beach, not surprisingly because Catalina is largely coastal and even a rundown lean-to is likely to have an ocean view or be “steps from the beach.”