|Pine Avenue in downtown Long
Beach has become an entertainment and dining street.
Shopping is close by.
Some old, some new and some
"everything old is new again" -- that is downtown Long
Beach, California. You can find
high rise luxury condominiums,
revitalized buildings, commercial buildings, investment
apartment buildings -- even a few Craftsman bungalows -- in
the downtown area. This part of Long Beach is experiencing
a great and exciting revival.
In the same area, old
office buildings and grand old hotels have now been
converted to urban lofts,
some with amazing views.
There is also an active nightlife in clubs along Pine
Street, as well as dozens of restaurants, many with
east of Downtown, just across Long Beach Boulevard, is the
East Village Arts District.
An area that is undergoing its own gentrification. There is
public art -- sculpture and murals -- at almost every
corner. To see some of the murals and art in East Village,
||Spaces for dining outdoors are
common in Long Beach because the weather is mild for
most of the year. This cafe in the
Village Arts District is only 3 blocks from the
||The Long Beach Convention Center
is located in an area called The Pike, where an old and
now demolished amusement park stood. It is two blocks
from the end of the Metro Blue Line, an electric rail
line which runs from downtown Long Beach to downtown Los
To see homes, lofts and condos in Long Beach,