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Old Posted Oct 22, 2016, 5:03 AM
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35-Story Tower Would Become Long Beach's Tallest Building

Long Beach was beyond excited when the Shoreline Gateway project was taken back off the shelf and brought into reality. Now, the second phase of the project—just after completion of the $70M, 17-story Current tower—will become more tangible as the group developing the new 35-story face the Planning Commission this Thursday to seek formal entitlement for the project.

Initially set to be 221 units with 6,367 sq. ft. of ground floor retail, Shoreline Development Partners are now asking to have their master plan updated to build 94 more units and 344 sq. ft. of additional retail space. This would put the Rockefeller Partners Architects-designed building—set to be the city’s tallest at 417 feet high, usurping One World Trade Center which currently stands at 397 feet—at 315 residential units and 6,711 sq. ft. of retail space. Additionally, the previously-approved 393 parking spaces will increase to 458 while pushing the subterranean parking garage from two levels deep to five.

Dubbed the East Tower for now, a 10,000 sq. ft. plaza will conjoin it and the recently finished Current, which is almost at full occupancy.
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Office Buildings Start Construction in Long Beach

Last Friday, Urbana Development broke ground on the Terminal at Douglas Park, a series of office condominiums in Long Beach.

Phase one of the project, located at Conant Street and Brayer Avenue, will consists of two buildings featuring 50,000 square feet of office space in 20 condominium units ranging from 2,356 square feet to 2,888 square feet in size. The units could be combined in different configurations to create larger spaces.

Heavy construction is expected to begin in Noember, with completion to follow in the third quarter of 2017. According to Urbana, 14 of the 20 units are already under contract.
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Oceanaire Development Begins Construction in Long Beach

According to Longbeachize, work began last week for the seven-story building, which will rise from a vacant lot near the busy intersection of Ocean and Pine Avenues. When completed, the seven-story building will feature 216 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units, in addition to a pool terrace, a fitness center and a clubhouse.

Renderings of the project, which is being designed by architecture firm Togawa Smith Martin, highlight a large north-south portal which provides views of the Long Beach shore. The building will front Oean Boulevard with with multipurpose green space, as well as performance space and an art gallery.

Longbeachize has reported that the project will proceed under a 20-month construction schedule, placing a completion date in 2020.
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$520-Million Revamp of Long Beach Civic Center Takes Off

Last month, a pair of tower cranes took their place in the Long Beach skyline, as a display of continued work on the $520-million revamp of the Long Beach Civic Center.

The first phase of the project wil create a pair of mid-rise buildings, designed by SOM, which will serve as the new Long Beach City Hall and the headquarters of the Port of Long Beach.

The replacement City Hall will be an 11-story, 270,000-square-foot building along Magnolia Avenue containing a 250-seat council chamber, meeting rooms, office space and various government services. It replaces the existing City Hall, a 15-story brutalist tower completed in the 1970s.
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Renderings Revealed for Long Beach's 2nd & PCH Development

CenterCal Properties, an El Segundo-based real estate firm, intends to raze Long Beach's aging SeaPort Marina Hotel to build a new shopping center.

According to environmental documents published by the Long Beach Department of Development Services, the project calls for an approximately 245,000-square-foot commercial center, featuring 95,000 square feet of retail uses, a 55,000-square-foot grocery store, a 25,000-quare-foot health club, 70,000 square feet of restaurant space and parking for 1,150 vehicles. All of the proposed buildings would rise to a maximum height of two stories, or 35 feet above ground.
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