The West Long Beach Industrial Redevelopment Project Area was adopted on July 1, 1975. Consisting of approximately 1,368 acres held in approximately 600 different ownerships, the Project area is bounded on the north by Pacific Coast Highway, on the south by Seaside Boulevard and Ocean Boulevard, on the east by the Los Angeles County Flood Control Channel, and on the west by the Long Beach City Boundary.
Most redevelopment activity within the project area is focused between Anaheim Street and Pacific Coast Highway, which is approximately 350 acres in size and includes mixed land uses, including industrial, commercial and limited residential housing.
Conditions of blight have been reduced substantially by Agency activities. The installation of extensive improvements to the street system, curbs, gutters, storm drainage system, streetlights, water and sewer facilities have positively impacted public service needs in the area. Agency-facilitated residential, commercial and industrial property acquisitions have resulted in the removal of blighted structures and non–conforming residential uses, as well as the assemblage of substandard lots into parcels suitable for development. These Agency-owned properties have been made available to existing project area businesses for expansion, and to others for the
construction of new facilities.
For more information about current projects, please visit the project map here.
Download the West Long Beach Industrial Project Area boundary map here.
To view documents for the West Long Beach Industrial Project Area, click here.