The Downtown Plan sets the City’s visioning process into motion by establishing development and design standards aimed at enhancing Downtown Long Beach.
Downtown Plan Overview >
Downtown Plan Sections 1-2 >
Downtown Plan Section 3: Part 1 >
Downtown Plan Section 3: Part 2 >
Downtown Plan Section 4 >
Downtown Plan Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Part 1 >
Downtown Plan EIR Part 2 >
Downtown Plan EIR Part 3 >
Downtown Plan EIR Part 4
With a 17% population increase since 2010, and an additional 3% expected by 2020 – it’s safe to say the future looks bright for Downtown Long Beach. In coming years, expect to see construction begin on the Broadway Block, a $154-million development that will bring together 375 residential apartments with academic space for CSULB students, creative offices, artist galleries, restaurants, food and retail uses. Not to be outdone, The Current’s upcoming second tower, a 35-story building, will be the tallest in DTLB’s Skyline. We’ll see cranes in the air and scaffolds around buildings non-stop in the coming years and that most definitely bodes well for Downtown Long Beach’s future.
Development Opportunity Sites
Considering investing in Downtown Long Beach as a real estate investor or developer? Check out the potential development opportunity sites by clicking the link below.