OC Register: Food will take flight at The Hangar at the Long Beach Exchange this month

Bryon Ward, left, and Steve Thorp inside their soon to open Hangar food court at their Long Beach Exchange development in Long Beach on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. Many of the restaurants in the Hangar will open in mid-February with the rest opening in the following weeks. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

Bryon Ward, left, and Steve Thorp inside their soon to open Hangar food court at their Long Beach Exchange development in Long Beach on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019. Many of the restaurants in the Hangar will open in mid-February with the rest opening in the following weeks. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

A list of destinations are posted on a flight board inside The Hangar, but instead of cities, the locales are the options at the soon-to-open Long Beach food hall and include eateries such as Jay Bird’s Nashville Hot Chicken and Mexican restaurant Amorcito.

 

Read the Full Story at OC Register.

. (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

LBX’s ‘The Hangar’ Making Final Preparations To Open

LBX’s ‘The Hangar’ Making Final Preparations To Open

Several restaurateurs inside The Hangar at the Long Beach Exchange (LBX) shopping center have fired up their equipment and are beginning to train staff in preparation of soft openings no later than February 1, according to Burnham-Ward Properties Partner Bryon Ward.

“I think the first tenants will start serving toward the end of this month,” Ward told the Business Journal. “What we’ve been trying to do is get as many of the stores opened concurrently as possible. But even though it is a cooperative environment with everybody enjoying the same common areas, they’re all individual stores and they’re all curated differently.”

Read the Full Article At Long Beach Business Journal.

(Photograph by the Business Journal’s Brandon Richardson)

 

Gray whales, holiday lights and plans for renovation create a new buzz at Dana Point Harbo

Gray whales, holiday lights and plans for renovation create a new buzz at Dana Point Harbo

DANA POINT — Instead of braving the malls on Black Friday, a record number of people visited Dana Point Harbor the day after Thanksgiving to see if they could catch a glimpse of gray whales starting their annual migration.

The whales didn’t disappoint. Captains with Dana Wharf Sportfishing and Whale Watching and Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Watching Safari spotted the magnificent behemoths just outside the harbor.

Read the Full Article at OC Register.

(Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer)

Dana Point boaters, merchants get closer look at what harbor and marina will look like after $330 million overhaul

The Dana Point Harbor Partnership, from left, Dustin Schmidt, Bryon Ward, and Joe Ueberroth, present the proposed plans for the Dana Point Harbor renovation to the public and the Dana Point Harbor Advisory Board at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point on Monday, September 24, 2018. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Boaters and merchants got a first look Monday, Sept. 24, at what the renovated Dana Point marina will look like after the 47-year-old Dana Point Harbor undergoes a $330 million renovation.

The presentation by developer Dana Point Harbor Partners, which included details and a construction timeline for the long-awaited project, was held at the Ocean Institute during the monthly meeting of the Dana Point Harbor Advisory Board. More than 100 people attended, including county and Dana Point city officials.

Read the Full Article at the Orange Country Register.

(Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Abc7: Dana Point Harbor revitalization project approved

The 47-year-old Dana Point Harbor is set to get a big facelift.

The Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a $330 million agreement to revitalize the area.

“To get this thing to move forward is very momentous,” Dana Point Harbor Association President Jim Miller said. “I mean it’s a milestone and a county effort and it’s a big project.”

Read the Full Article on ABC 7.

Long Beach Business Journal: Strong Demand To Live, Work In Long Beach Prices Increase Across Real Estate Markets

Sales and lease prices in all real estate sectors in Long Beach are continuing to increase due to strong demand to live and work in the city, according to economists and real estate executives. In general, trends in the Long Beach markets are reflecting those throughout Southern California, although some are experiencing more dramatic activity than in other regions.

Click Here to Read the Full Article.