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Old Posted May 30, 2016, 6:40 AM
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Looks like it could be an interesting/good design plus a new tallest for Long Beach- awesome!
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Good looking building
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Cool project.....But Jesus its in the wrong spot. That's in the center of downtown (directly across the street from the 3rd tallest) ....Its especially odd when you compare it to what was originally proposed on the site. If I remember correctly it was a 27-30 story building back in 2006-07 that had an attached 7 story.. until the recession kicked in and canceled Christmas..... But I will say that this packs in more units.
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On a different note. The crane is up and running for the new civic center. That project is moving quicker than I thought.
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On a different note. The crane is up and running for the new civic center. That project is moving quicker than I thought.
Speaking of...

Work ramps up for $520-million Long Beach Civic Center redo

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https://urbanize.la/post/csulb-plans...own-long-beach

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Very nice! Long beach doing good things left and right!
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