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Long Beach Lofts

Unfurnished, 3 Story, Loft, No Pets, Studio, 1 Bath, One Year Minimum Lease, Floor type not specified, Street Parking, stove, microwave, balcony, patio, controlled access building, washer and dryer hookups, This is a 3 Story Art Studio Loft with 28’ Ceilings. This unit includes mostly cooper plumbing throughout the unit. The Roof top terrace has Spectacular City Views. Features Include: - Fresh paint - Includes Stove & Microwave - Controlled-Access Building - Skylight - Tiled Bathroom - Exposed Bricks And Exposed Roof Beams - 2 Balcony Areas - New Building Roof - Street Parking Only - Laundry Hookups - Industrial Look Located within minutes to Blue Line station and Pine Ave. Very convenient location next to local schools and downtown business area., 1705 sqft $2,200.00 , 2150 deposit,
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About Long Beach
Located along the shoreline to the south of Los Angeles proper, Long Beach is the 2nd largest city in the Greater Los Angeles Area. Its port is one of the largest shipping centers in the United States, sending goods, mechanical parts, and equipment all over the world on gargantuan barges. Long Beach is also a center for the healthcare and aircraft manufacturing industries.

Culturally, it has a vibrant night life and a strong nightclub scene. It hosts a great deal of festivals, from those put on by the Aquarium of the Pacific—dance, music, art, etc.—to the Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Parade & Festival—the third largest such parade in the nation—to name a few. There is even an annual Grand Prix, which includes a variety of car races. Residents enjoy access to beaches and marinas where sailing, water skiing, and simple relaxation are all common.

It is difficult to draw sweeping conclusions about Long Beach as it is very large and there is a great deal of diversity from neighborhood to neighborhood; most areas of the city fall somewhere on a spectrum between beach culture and urban culture. Primary arteries: the 405, 605, 710, and 91 freeways; the Pacific Coast Highway.