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Long Beach is in the metropolitian area of Los Angeles.
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• Walnut Creek
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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
Circle Business Center Building Two6built1987(1)
Circle Business Center Building One6built1987(1)
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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