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LOS ANGELES COUNTY NEWS
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$84 Mil Bridge Point Long Beach Project to Replace Asphalt Refinery with Modern Warehouse Space

9/20/19

A proposed $84 mil project that will continue the revitalization of the Artesia Blvd corridor in North Long Beach was approved by the City of Long Beach Planning Commission a couple of weeks ago.

Led by Bridge Development Partners, the project known as Bridge Point Long Beach will remove a 75-year old asphalt refinery at 2400 E. Artesia Blvd, located at the southwest corner of Artesia and Paramount Boulevards. The project will also clean up the site, as substantial remediation began more than a year ago with current work underway.

Bridge Point Long Beach replaces aged refinery infrastructure with a state-of-the-art, sustainable 416k sf warehouse facility with 21k sf of office space. The facility will have high-end architectural design and finishes, such as concrete panels in varying hues of gray and reflective blue-glazed glass, and sustainable features such as a solar-ready roof and more than 100 parking stalls with electric vehicle (EV) chargers or EV-ready infrastructure.

In addition to the investment in the site, Bridge Development will be providing $250,000 to support local community initiatives in North Long Beach, for programs that include arts, youth, civic engagement and revitalization in the area.

Bridge Point Long Beach is expected to create 500 permanent jobs and will prioritize local Long Beach residents for construction and operational jobs. The project will also add more than 1,200 linear feet of new trees and landscaping on Artesia Blvd and fund a new bike lane.





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