Thursday, May 30, 2024
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FIRST LOOK: Inside Angel’s Share, Belmont Shore’s restaurant meets full-on whiskey lounge

Angel's Share—the newest restaurant that has already begun construction inside the former Tap House space in Belmont Shore—is a space that hopes to bring a little class to the Shore with a whiskey selection like no other, private chef dinners, memberships, and a setting that keeps it intimate.

Streets surrounding Colorado Lagoon project to reopen by end of year, weather permitting

The $32.5M Colorado Lagoon project—set to bring a new tidal flow channel between Colorado Lagoon and Marine Stadium that hasn't been seen since the 1960s—is the city's largest infrastructure project currently under construction and has caused a complete diversion of East Long Beach traffic.

189-unit Inkwell Long Beach development in downtown to welcome tenants May 1

The Inkwell Long Beach residential complex—formerly dubbed the Broadstone Promenade when the project was entitled nearly five years ago—will officially be welcoming tenants.

The Fairmont Breakers in Long Beach to open in fall; multiple food and bar spaces (like The Sky Room) included

The Fairmont Breakers—taking over the historic building that lines the southern end of Ocean between Collins Way and Locust Avenue—has what many are hoping to be an official opening date after many opening announcements that failed to follow through: Fall of 2024.

First look at what the Telefèric Long Beach location will look like

Telefèric Long Beach—the local location of the 31-year-old Barcelona staple—will take over the former Hungry Angelina space (which closed in late 2022) at the massive 2nd & PCH retail complex in Alamitos Bay.

Crews breaks ground on the CSULB La Playa Hall housing development, part of larger campus master plan

Future 49ers rejoice: The CSULB La Playa Hall development—a 424-bed residential complex being constructed near Parking Lot G4 just west of the College of Business—has officially broke ground, clearing the way for formal construction to begin in June of 2024.

Renderings show off future, renovated CSULB Student Union breaking ground in 2026

The future of the CSULB Student Union—or more formally, the University Student Union building—looks bright as renderings show off what the space will look like following its groundbreaking in the summer of 2026.

These massive Long Beach development projects will alter our skyline, vibe—or both

2024 and the following handful of years might prove tangibly influential in Long Beach development—from how our skyline looks to how our entire vibe feels, be it skyscrapers or bridges, parks or beachside projects.