Long Beach Commercial Real Estate for Sale
About Long Beach
Incorporated in 1897, Long Beach is the 7th largest city in California and boasts a blend of big city convenience with the friendly, relaxed atmosphere of an ocean side community. We have bike-friendly streets, active neighborhood associations, artist collectives and much more.
Long Beach Economy
Long Beach has a diversity of business sectors, including education, healthcare, aerospace and government. These sectors drive the Long Beach economy. Our agents work closely with many officials at the City of Long Beach and can connect investors with the right person in the right department at the City. The Port of Long Beach is the second busiest container port in the United States and is among the world’s largest shipping ports.
Talented Long Beach Workforce
Savvy companies have their sights on DTLB, and it’s not by accident. When polling Downtown Long Beach businesses, 68% agreed or strongly agreed that it is easy for them to find an educated workforce. Meanwhile, workers in DTLB earn 31.3% more than those citywide at an average of $67,800 annually.1
1Downtown Long Beach Alliance 2019 Economic Forecast
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