University administrators remain committed to finding a solution for students, faculty and staff struggling to find an affordable place to live in Long Beach.
Tag: affordable housing
After spending years working on a development to provide students housing in the city, Long Beach State officials have been left empty-handed.
Two developments slated to house students, faculty and staff at an affordable rate have been abandoned due to a lack of funding and a change of hands in developers.
After facing weeks of scrutiny, Mayor Garcia sits down with District Four residents to talk Long Beach issues.
Plans to build affordable housing in Downtown Long Beach are in the works, according to Garcia. His goal is to help Long Beach teachers and students.
LA county was once hit by a major wave of gentrification when the Lakers moved to the Staples Center, displacing many working-class people. Will the Clippers end up doing the same in Inglewood?
Seconds before a symphony of applause filled the auditorium, bright lights shined on Mayor Robert Garcia of Long Beach. The stage was his. He commandeered his audience and, with confidence said: “The state of our city is strong and getting stronger.” Residents from every corner of Long Beach filled the[Read More…]
Cal State Long Beach President Jane Close Conoley is on a mission to resolve one of the largest complaints she hears from students: expensive campus housing. It’s no secret that many students live off campus and prepare their own meals because it is much cheaper than living in the campus[Read More…]
Long Beach may see more affordable housing units built throughout the city after council passed recommendations brought forward by the Affordable and Workforce Housing Group yesterday. The recommendations approved by council included policies to implement existing legislation and new initiatives for housing development. Among these recommendations were ideas for micro-units,[Read More…]