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KTGY Architecture + Planning has unveiled renderings for a new senior housing complex in Downtown Long Beach.

The project, first reported by Longbeachize, would rise at a surface parking lot adjacent to a historic 1920s building at 8th Street and Pine Avenue.  Plans call for a 10-story building that would feature 78 units of assisted living housing - with floor plans between 300 and 600 square feet.

The design is described as referencing the materials and geometry of the adjacent historic structure, with a modern bend of metal and perforated panels.   Plans also call for outdoor decks at the second and roof levels.

Global Premier Development, the company behind 810 Pine, has not revealed a timeline for the project.  The proposed mid-rise complex has yet to be reviewed by the Long Beach Planning Commission.

Rendering of 810 Pine. Image via KTGY Architecture + Planning.
Rendering of 810 Pine. Image via KTGY Architecture + Planning.
Rendering of 810 Pine. Image via KTGY Architecture + Planning.
810 Pine. Image via Google Maps.

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