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Time Square’s newest tenant is a wine and cheese shop

The new shop completes the Time Square shopping center that has undergone a makeover in both appearance and tenancy the past few years.

Virgin Orbit delivers 7 satellites to highest orbit ever reached during West Coast launch

Thanks to its unique delivery system, the firm was able to proceed with the mission despite weather conditions that would have grounded a normal ground-based launch, CEO Dan Hart said.

Mercy Housing to break ground on senior affordable housing project

Units will be set aside for both formerly homeless seniors and formerly homeless senior veterans.

Majority of Kroger workers struggle with food, housing insecurity, report says

Kroger, for its part, claims the report is misleading.

Conversion of former Verizon building in Downtown Long Beach is nearly complete

Work to reinvigorate the building as a residential space began in 2017, and now the 11-story, 106-unit apartment building is slated to open in the spring.

Long Beach CVB receives top industry award for migrant center effort

The prestigious award is given each year to an organization or individual for “unique contributions” to the meetings industry, according to the CVB.

Laserfiche’s new Bixby Knolls headquarters is ready for a hybrid workforce

The Bixby Knolls-based software development company Laserfiche is slated to move into its new headquarters in late February or early March—but the firm’s plans for the property look a little different than when construction on the project began in 2019.

Transportation Secretary Buttigieg visits San Pedro Bay ports

Buttigieg touted efforts being made at the local, state and federal level to alleviate the issues within the supply chain, including a large influx of money for infrastructure and other investments.

Strong rebound expected for retail, office real estate, while industrial sector stays hot

Local real estate experts predict 2022 will be a year of rebound and growth for the retail and office sectors—which faltered as a result of the virus—while industrial real estate continues to thrive amid the chaos.

Newsom’s proposed state budget includes $2.3B for ports

The funding would go toward infrastructure projects, workforce training and other initiatives to quell the ongoing supply chain crisis.

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