Long Beach Needs This is a series that addresses two things: Long Beach’s infamous “Manhattanitis,” where our people tend to stick to all-things-Long-Beach while rarely stepping outside and ...On April 1, 2017 / By Brian Addison
Praise the Density Gods: the Long Beach City Council has (finally) approved a project set to develop the three-decade-long empty lot at the southeast corner of Ocean and ...On May 26, 2016 / By Brian Addison
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: you have ever stood at the corner of 1st and Pine, you’ll immediately notice 110 Pine Avenue. Home ...On December 15, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
For new renderings, scroll through gallery above.On September 23, 2015 / By Longbeachize Staff
Update by Longbeachize Staff.
Monday, August 31, 2015: Developers of the in-construction Current Tower, which surpassed its halfway mark this past July, have officially announced at the $70M, 17-story residential ...On August 31, 2015 / By Brian Addison
Photos by Brian Addison. Scroll through the gallery above for more pictures.
It was once a key part of moving people in and around DTLB: the Jergins Tunnel at Ocean ...On July 23, 2015 / By Brian Addison
For two years, the wonderfully gorgeous structure that sits on the south side of Broadway in between the Promenade and Long Beach Blvd. had a white wall with ...On March 30, 2015 / By Brian Addison
Despite concerted efforts to address the construction occurring for the Pine Avenue Improvement Project, some DTLB residents were awoken last night at the sounds the grates, jackhammering and ...On February 18, 2015 / By Brian Addison
The westerly stretch of Anaheim between the Los Angeles River and 9th Street has been undergoing an improvement project for nearly a year and it is finally nearing ...On October 8, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Above: a rendering of a possible PCH and 2nd development from USC architectural students.
The City of Long Beach has issued a Notice of Preparation for a ...On March 20, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Shortly after the groundbreaking of a massive redevelopment project focused on downtown Long Beach’s Pine Avenue, the east-meets-west arterial that is Redondo Avenue broke ground on ...On February 19, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Recently, a new plan to build a narrow two-lane bike path was proposed for the area along long beach’s bluff. The new plan flies ...On February 17, 2014 / By Brian Addison
The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU)—the country’s premiere organization which is founded on creating walkable, neighborhood-based development—released its 2014 “Freeways Without Futures” report, listing Long Beach’s ...On February 13, 2014 / By Brian Addison
The empty lot that sits at Alamitos & Ocean, kitty-corner to the famed Villa Riviera, has had talks of development: two towers, one 18 stories on the west ...On February 8, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Following the completion of the much-lauded Promenade, it seems the stepsister that is Pine Avenue will finally break ground next week for a much needed facelift of its ...On February 7, 2014 / By Brian Addison