We need to rethink our space—and the endless strips of asphalt that typically accommodate our need for speed and places to park our cars can easily host hundreds of diners at safe distances.
Construction workers have broken ground on a 40-unit development at the southeast corner of Magnolia Avenue and Pacific Coast Highway that will cater specifically to those who are at risk for or currently experiencing homelessness.
Nearly a sixth of all Long Beach households are severely cost-burdened—meaning they spend 50% or more of their income on rent or mortgages—according to data released by SmartAsset.
The Long Beach City Council approved an environmental impact report that would push forward the long-awaited plan to replace the Shoemaker Bridge that connects the 710 freeway to Downtown Long Beach.
Little Brass and The Grand are now in a 180-day exclusive negotiating window with the city to possibly takeover three vacant buildings in El Dorado Park.
Echoing the sets of previous data, the Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim metro is the sixth-worst area in the nation when it comes to commute times for its citizens.
More parking is coming to Downtown Long Beach: the Planning Commission has formally approved the construction of a parking garage that will add 297 spots.
The Governor’s Highway Safety Association used preliminary data to estimate that 6,590 pedestrians were killed on U.S. roads in 2019—the highest number in more than 30 years.
The study found that 39.9% of traffic deaths in Long Beach involved speeding, which is above the national average of 27.7%.
Construction workers have broke ground on a seven-story, 142-unit mixed-use development at the southwest corner of Broadway and Magnolia.
The signage and striping changes are intended to reduce crashes caused by drivers entering and exiting the circle.
The public got its first glimpse this week of a draft inclusionary housing ordinance that has been in the works for nearly three years.
Parking structures in your neighborhood might make it easier to get home; but you might not want to live there.
Pocket parks—green spaces in cities that would otherwise be swallowed up by development—Long Beach could very well reign supreme.
Most of the improvements are expected to be completed by 2022
Long Beach continues to keep its Top 10 position among cities nationwide as a walkable place for its citizens and visitors.
A “Save El Dorado Park” petition launched last week in response to the city’s plan to utilize three empty buildings for concessions.
Long Beach has been named the country’s 25th most ethnically diverse city and the ninth most ethnically diverse “large city” with a population over 250,000.