Advertisement

The owner of a small warehouse in Long Beach intends to reinvent the nondescript building as a live/work development.

According to an agenda item from this week's hearing of the Long Beach Zoning Administrator, the subject property is a four-story edifice that fronts the south side of East New York Street between Martin Luther King Jr. and Lewis Avenues.  The adaptive reuse project would create 19 artist's studios with accessory dwelling spaces.

Promotional signage on the building describes it as "The Vault."

Additiona details about the proposed development are unclear.

Image via Google Maps

From the Web

Small Lot Houses Take Shape in Highland Park

The project is located just north of the Arroyo Seco Parkway.
bar

Construction forges ahead for Bridewell, a new development of small lot homes in Highland Park.

The project, located at the intersection of Bridwewell and Pollard Streets, is being built by Santa Clarita-based developer Williams Homes.  The nine single-family residences will feature floor plans between 1,865 and 2,456 square feet.