Monday, March 4, 2024

Housing & Residential Development

Completion nearing on 189-unit Promenade project in DTLB; pedestrian paseo key for business

The Broadstone Promenade—formerly dubbed the Inkwell when the project was entitled nearly five years ago—is beginning to see its scaffolding come down as it...

New renderings revealed for six-story, 160-unit senior housing development east of Wrigley

The Long Beach Planning Commission will determine whether developers can move forward with a six-story, 160-unit senior housing development in the Sunrise neighborhood just west of the edge of Signal Hill and east of Wrigley.

Construction of 32 townhomes in Bixby Knolls takes step forward, renderings released

Initially announced in 2022, a project set to raze what is currently a commercial space and parking lot in order to construct 32, three-story townhomes at the southwest corner of Orange Avenue and San Antonio Drive in Bixby Knolls took a step forward.

Wooden frame begins to go up on 271-unit development at 3rd & Pacific in DTLB

Expected to be completed in 2025, the 271-unit project replaces a much more ambitious project—a 23-story tower with 395 units—that was proposed in 2019.

Architectural Digest names Long Beach 3rd best place in country to buy a beach house

While the Carolinas dominated the Top 10, Long Beach was named the best on the West Coast and third in the nation as a place to buy a summer beach house.

Two massive residential projects on Pacific Coast Hwy. move past Long Beach Planning Commission

Two of three massive residential projects will alter the entire landscape of Pacific Coast Highway have moved passed the city's Planning Commission.

After multiple iterations, Ocean Village residential project at Golden Shore in Downtown Long Beach downsizes

The Golden Shore area in Downtown Long Beach has seen a flurry of renderings, proposals, and ideas—but nothing has led to actual construction.

Scaffolding comes down on eight-story Aster residential development in DTLB

Offering the first glimpse of the building’s façade, the podium-style building’s geometric east-facing side have become visible along with its north-facing brick façade.