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35-story mixed-use tower will be tallest residential building in Long Beach


35-story mixed-use tower will be tallest residential building in Long Beach

Studio One Eleven designed the tower.

By David Malone, Associate Editor | October 15, 2018
Shoreline Gateway Rendering

Image courtesy of Shoreline Development Partners, LP 

Designed as a companion building to The Current, a 17-story, 223-unit apartment tower, Shoreline Gateway has officially broken ground at its Ocean Blvd. and Alamitos Ave. location. When completed, the project will become the tallest residential building in Long Beach.

Shoreline Gateway will rise over 400 feet and 35 stories and provide 315 residential apartment homes, 6,460 sf of commercial space, five levels of underground parking, and amenities and community living spaces. The 34th floor will include a community room with 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Downtown Long Beach, and Orange County. A rooftop pool, spa, and dining and entertainment deck will occupy the 35th floor. More community entertainment space can be found on the third floor, which features a dining and fire pit lounge, a large fitness studio, a pet spa, and a creativity studio.


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The project offers a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments that range from 580 sf to 2,480 sf. Two-story penthouses are included on floors 34 and 35. The building will be connected to The Current via a 10,000-sf shared plaza that includes retail and resident amenities.

The build team comprises Studio One Eleven (design architect), Carrier Johnson + Culture (architect of record), RELM (landscape architect), Englekirk (structural engineer), and C&V Consulting (civil). Build Group is the general contractor. The development team consists of Ledcor Properties Inc., Anderson Pacific LLC, Qualico Developments, and Lantower Residential.

Shoreline Gateway is slated for completion in quarter 4 of 2021.

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