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Long Beach is in the metropolitian area of Los Angeles.
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Long Beach

Long Beach is the fifth largest city in California. It has seen many transformations since 1888, the year it was incorporated.

From its early days as a beach-side retreat, to it's current standing as one of the most urban cities in the Western US, Long Beach has been tirelessly reinventing itself.


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Name|Floors|Status|Year|Drawings
California State University Administration...6built1997(1)
Blackstone Apartments6built1923(1)
115 Pine Ave.6built1902(2)
100 Broadway Building6built1987(2)
The Long Beach Hotel5destroyed(1)
National Bank of Long Beach5destroyed(1)
Long Beach Convention Centerbuilt1994(1)
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