Long Beach LEED Project Reaches the 35th & Final Floor
Long Beach, CA – Nearing completion, the Shoreline Gateway project is generating quite a bit of excitement, catering to a currently under-supplied market in a rapidly growing urban neighbourhood. With its location in the East Village Arts District in downtown Long Beach, the project is considered one of the most walkable locations in all of Southern California and comes with unparalleled 360-degree views of Long Beach, Catalina Island, Orange County and downtown Los Angeles.
“Knowing that this project has been planned for a decade, and excavation started two years ago, it’s very satisfying to see construction reach the 35th floor,” said LaNelle Deardorf, Regional Vice-President, Qualico US. “It’s an impressive piece of real estate property.”
Shoreline Gateway and its sister building, The Current, are the only two coastal-adjacent high-rise apartment buildings built in L.A. County since the 1960s. The East Village Art District is a hip, urban and rapidly changing neighbourhood, with excellent walkability to the beach, the metro and grocery shopping
The building itself is the first LEED-ND (Neighbourhood Design) project in the city of Long Beach and will include features such as a 10,000 sq. ft. urban park and a rooftop pool and lounge. As a mixed-use complex, the building will feature 315 luxury apartments, plus retail services, bringing with it a sense of true convenience and livability for its residents.
Completion targets have remained consistent against construction schedules, with a July 2021 delivery and pre-leasing still on track to commence in May 2021.
Published: February 20222021 - A Year in Review
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