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The Aster to bring 218 apartments to Downtown in 2023

Construction is underway on The Aster, a 218-unit mixed-use development on the southwest corner of East Broadway and Long Beach Boulevard in Downtown Long Beach.

Long Beach company bringing multigenerational housing to SoCal

“This type of housing is so needed in our communities,” 1st District Councilwoman Mary Zendejas said.

Longtime Long Beach developer Ensemble celebrates 25 years in the city

“Long Beach is a much bigger and better city due to the presence of Ensemble,” Mayor Robert Garcia said in a statement.

Council approves $200K gap funding for Bixby Knolls business association

The Bixby Knolls Business Improvement Association is set to receive $200,000 in gap funding as part of a $1.3 million spending package unanimously approved by the City Council Tuesday.

Rocket Lab (RKLB) is now public and trading on the Nasdaq

Rocket Lab, a Long Beach-based manufacturer and launch service provider, went public today on the Nasdaq stock exchange when it opened at 9:30 a.m. EST.

Pandemic effects on industrial and retail real estate continue

“In general, there’s lots of demand and very limited supply,” Ryan Endres, a principal with Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate Services, said of the industrial market.

Long Beach’s Rocket Lab is going to Mars

Weeks after announcing its first lunar mission, Long Beach-based manufacturer and launch service provider Rocket Lab announced its role in an upcoming NASA science mission to Mars.

Virgin Orbit to be publicly traded on Nasdaq following merger; expected...

Small satellite launch company Virgin Orbit is preparing to go public, announcing Monday it will merge with a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, to list on the Nasdaq stock exchange by the end of the year.

IN PICTURES: Cruises are back and guests, crew are ready for...

Excited passengers of all ages were anxious to board Carnival Cruise Line’s Panorama in Long Beach Saturday, marking the end of 17 cruiseless months due to the pandemic.

Construction of the ‘greenest terminal on the planet’ wraps at the...

The third and final phase of one of the world’s greenest and most technologically advanced cargo facilities, the Long Beach Container Terminal at Middle Harbor, has been completed, Port of Long Beach officials announced Friday.

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