September 23, 2022

North Long Beach industrial property to be redeveloped into large warehouse

A North Long Beach property most recently occupied by an oil and natural gas company is slated to be redeveloped into a massive warehouse.

Taking up almost half of the 14.19-acre property, the building would be 51 feet high and include 9,000 square feet of office. The site plan also includes 338 parking spaces and about 45 semi-truck parking stalls.


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Trammell Crow Residential Buys Land for Tallest Building in Long Beach

Trammell Crow Residential purchased a 6-acre property, located at the corner of Golden Avenue and West Broadway for the Westside Gateway project.

The project consists of seven different buildings, including two residential towers, four smaller residential buildings, and a parking structure with more than 1 million square feet. The project would also have a 3,000-square-foot market and leave room for about 110,000 square feet, or about 2.5 acres, of open space, including 12,000 square feet for public open space.


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Long Beach Celebrates Fourth Annual Giving Day.


Long Beach Gives is Long Beach's biggest annual giving event aimed at inspiring individuals to give back to local nonprofits supporting vital causes in the community.

In the past three years, 20,272 supporters donated over $4.6 million to Long Beach causes. There are 222 local nonprofits participated in this year’s event that kicked off on September 15, 2022. On September 22, the campaign raised more than $1 million from 4,877 donations.


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Long Beach City College and Raise The Barr Announce Innovative Partnership to Support Single-Parent Student

Raise The Barr (RTB) and Long Beach City College (LBCC) announced an innovative partnership to launch a pilot program that will coordinate care and housing for low-income single-parent students and their children.

Twelve students will be selected by LBCC to participate in this one-year pilot program. Long Beach City College’s CARE, CalWORKs, and Basic Needs staff will work closely with RTB’s Whole Family Program Coordinators to provide wrap-around academic, mental health services and other basic needs to LBCC’s single-parent


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Industry Links

Preserving the Past: Work Begins on Long Beach Airport’s Historic Terminal Building

Ports Work Toward 2030 Goal for Full Fleet of Zero-Emission Cargo Equipment

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