Developers of 2nd and PCH, Breakers, West Gateway and More Update Long Beach on Their PlansRelease Date: 2019-03-26
By: Hayley Munguia
Local developers of some of the city’s biggest upcoming projects met with the city’s Economic Development Commission on Tuesday, March 26, where they updated the commission on their plans — and assured commissioners that Long Beach staff is helping the process run smoothly.
Here’s what the developers had to say.
2nd and PCH
Barret Bradley, a development associate with CenterCal Properties, told the commission that his firm’s 2nd and PCH project is “100 percent on track for an Oct. 24 grand opening.”
The 11-acre project just north of the city’s border with Seal Beach will include a 45,000 square-foot Whole Foods, along with 60 to 65 other tenants, Bradley said.
Although he declined to announce new tenants, he said the project will try to cater to a diverse crowd. Rather than provide a big, full-service gym, he said, 2nd and PCH will more likely include multiple options, like a cycling gym, a yoga studio and a body studio.
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