In Downtown Long Beach, the wood and concrete frame of the AMLI Park Broadway development is now complete. 

The six-story development, located at 245 W. Broadway, will feature 222 rental apartments above 8,500 square feet of ground-floor retail uses and a basement parking structure.

Studio One Eleven designed the contemporary podium-type building, which features staggered roof heights to match neighboring structures.  Renderings show a series of open-air decks across the property.

Completion is anticipated in 2019.

The project site is located just north of the Long Beach Civic Center, which is in the midst of the first stage of a $520-million project that is rebuilding its City Hall and adding a new headquarters for the Port of Long Beach.

Immediately north of the AMLI development, a similar 163-unit building from Sares-Regis Group is also under construction.

AMLI Park Broadway. Image courtesy of Michael Hayes.
Rendering of AMLI Park Broadway. Image via City of Long Beach.
AMLI Park Broadway site. Image via Google Maps.

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