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1 Month Lease – call for rates
2 Month Lease – call for rates
3 Months or Longer – from $140/night
Long Beach is a city in California on the edge of the Pacific Ocean close to Los Angeles. It is within the LA metro area and is a charter city known for its beach, the port and leisure and tourism. Once known for oil, Long Beach has evolved into a thriving city in its own right with a diverse economy and character.
Long Beach began with oil, grew with the Navy and is now a mix of technology, manufacturing and tourism. The cultural mix is very diverse too, with many languages being spoken and cultures being displayed. This makes Long Beach a very interesting place to live and work.
With a high population density, most corporate rentals in Long Beach will be apartments. Either in converted buildings or purpose built. There are condos and townhomes but these are few and far between. We can always find one if you need one though!
Employment in Long Beach
The oil and the Navy has gone from Long Beach but in its place is a diverse base of big names and up and coming businesses with some great ideas. The Port of Long Beach is a major employer with around 30,000 jobs being tied to it but it isn’t the only employer in town.
Major employers in Long Beach include Molina Healthcare, SCAN Health Plan, Long Beach City College, California State University Long Beach, Veterans Health Administration, Frontier Communications, Port of Long Beach, Longshoremen’s Union, Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach Convention Center, Boeing, CSULB Research Foundation, Southern California Edison and Spectrum Communications.
Getting around Long Beach
The nearest airport to the city is at Long Beach Airport (LGB). Thanks to its proximity to Los Angeles, you can also use Los Angeles International (LAX) and John Wayne Airport (SNA). Both are just 22 miles away in slightly different directions.
Long Beach has a direct rail link to LA and further afield with Amtrak and Metrolink services running to and from Union Station in Los Angeles. The Blue Line from Long Beach takes you directly to the station.
Long Beach Cruise Terminal means you can arrive by cruise liner too if you like.
The city has I-405, I-710, I-110, I-105, I-605 and the Pacific Coast Highway Route 1 running through it close to it. Along with numerous local routes.
Long Beach life
Long Beach is a very busy city with a lively cultural scene, arts following and nightlife. There is lots to see and do while you’re here and most of it is either easy to drive to or linked by public transit.
Neighborhoods of the city include Park Estates, The Plaza, City College Area, Alamitos Heights, Lakewood Village, Los Altos, Bixby Knolls, Los Cerritos Area, Naples-Marina Area, El Dorado Park, 4th Street Corridor, Downtown Long Beach, Alamitos Heights, Arlington, Bay Harbor, Belmont Heights, Belmont Park and Belmont Shore
Highlights of Long Beach include Aquarium of the Pacific, Queen Mary, Russian Foxtrot Submarine: Scorpion, Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden, Long Beach Museum of Art, Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Adobe, Naples Island, Long Beach Firefighter’s Museum, Rancho Los Alamitos Museum and the Museum of Latin American Art.
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Long Beach, California