Friday, July 19, 2024

Housing & Residential Development

1.5-acre Downtown lot sold; developer to break ground on 272-unit Jefferson Long Beach project

And it will be called Jefferson Long Beach: Mosaic—the massive retail-meets-soon-to-come-residential complex in Downtown Long Beach between 3rd and 6th Streets and Long Beach Boulevard and Pine Avenue—has sold one of its two property lots slated for residential to JPI, the Dallas-SoCal focused developer with over 380 community developments under their belt.

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.

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.

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.

Part of Broadway in Downtown Long Beach to clear after years of blockage

After breaking ground in 2021 and part of the scaffolding coming off back in June, the Aster Long Beach will finally complete its roadwork on Broadway that was part of its contract to build in the coming weeks. And the clearing will likely garner cheers from drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians alike.

Scaffolding coming down on 189-unit Broadstone Promenade project in Downtown Long Beach; ped pathway key component

The Broadstone Promenade's completion is more than just 'another building in Downtown Long Beach'—it's an essential cog in making the Promenade feel like its own neighborhood.

The micro-unit housing project set to replace historic-not-really Varden hotel in Downtown Long Beach

Now entitled, here is what the project that will take advantage of the city's micro-unit ordinance might look like when completed at 335 Pacific Ave.

New renderings for Studio One Eleven’s 21-story tower in Downtown Long Beach

Love renderings? So do we: Scroll through our entire archive. Long Beach architectural firm Studio One Eleven has released fresh renderings for its design of...