- Insurance Exchange Lofts
- MLS® #: SB19233432
- 207 E Broadway 801
- Long Beach, CA 90802
- 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 2,810 SqFt
Right in the heart of one of the Los Angeles area's most vibrant communities, downtown Long Beach, CA, is a place for shopping, dining, working and living. It's a true, modern live-work-play urban core, with all of the necessities and more concentrated within a few square blocks. It's connected to downtown L.A. by the Metro blue line, which forms a loop right around the main Long Beach downtown area. Apart from the Metro, plenty of highways link Long Beach with D.T.L.A. and the rest of the L.A. communities. Nearby Long Beach Airport has non-stop flights as far as Boston and Honolulu, with connections to transit hubs and primary destinations all across the western United States. (read more about living in downtown Long Beach)
Below you'll find all the currently available condos for sale in Downtown Long Beach, sorted by price. If you'd like more information about buying or selling a downtown Long Beach condo, or if you just have questions about the real estate market there please give us a call at 562-242-7630.
|All Listings||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
There are a variety of ways that one might define downtown, and the definition tends to vary depending on who's doing the defining. In general, the highest concentration of shopping, restaurants, bars, offices, high-rises and entertainment sit between Ocean Boulevard to the south and 7th Street to the north, between Pacific Avenue and Long Beach Boulevard. As it so happens, that's more or less the path of the Metro blue line loop. Bordering neighborhoods include North Pine, the East Village, Willmore and Downtown Shoreline.
Of course, for many residents, there's almost no reason to leave downtown. It has more than enough options for recreation, with everything from street food and a stroll in the park to fine dining and yachting. There are also farmers' markets, art walks, sailing races and a wide variety of other events, expositions and performances. Add that to plenty of shopping and all of the everyday necessities, and it becomes plain to see why this is such a popular neighborhood.
Even though it only covers a few blocks, there's still plenty of variety in downtown. To narrow your search and find the perfect micro-neighborhood, contact one of our local experts today. They can give you a block-by-block analysis and put your top choices in the context you need.