Record cargo imports have caused congestion at the port, leading experts to predict a shortage of popular gifting items—from electronics to clothing—just ahead of the holiday season.
While the ongoing pandemic wreaked havoc on many aspects of life, it did not have obvious adverse effects on the single-family home sales. The amount of time that homes spend on the market is down and prices are up, but some experts would not consider it a good market.
Simply put, Cal State Long Beach Department of Economics chair Seiji Steinmetz says, "A middle-class person cannot afford to own a home in Long Beach right now.”
The landscaping isn’t as graceful as Killingsworth typically preferred, but perhaps the eternal expanse of the Pacific visible from rooms throughout the house was more than enough for the architect who invariably integrated the inside of his houses with the outside environment.
Officials highlighted many of the Port of Long Beach's achievements during the coronavirus pandemic—from rebounding cargo volumes that ended up breaking historic records, to massive infrastructure projects like the completion of the Gerald Desmond Replacement bridge—during the annual State of the Port address Thursday morning.
Three companies in particular, Frontier Real Estate Investments, LAB Holding and Westland Real Estate Group, have all shown interest in bringing amenities and housing to North Long Beach.
With Californians ordered to stay at home, the freeways have been pretty free – of cars that is. Accidents are down as a result...
With a constant flow of reports and updates from local, state and federal agencies regarding the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, public concern continues to grow....