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Long Beach has an excellent restaurant scene that is only growing stronger as new places open up. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that one of the best cities worldwide for dining out, Los Angeles, is easily accessible from here. But there are still plenty of places to enjoy an excellent meal here in Long Beach. One of the specialties of the area is Mexican food; some of the local favorites are Los Campadres, La Concha, El Burrito Grill, and Enrique’s Mexican Restaurant. There are also great seafood places, such as Long Beach Fish Grill, The Pike Bar & Fish Grill, and the Sky Room. Of course, these are only a few examples -- if you live here you will love the dining options and the proximity to the restaurant scene in Los Angeles.

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Public Transportation

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Long Beach Transit provides public transportation for the area. They service bus lines throughout the city and the surrounding communities, as well as shuttles. In the summer they operate catamarans and water taxis that take residents to and from downtown Long Beach. LA Metro also serves the area with buses and light rail. Other companies who provide buses to the area are Torrance Transit, LADOT, Orange County Transportation Authority, and Greyhound Lines. 6.5% of residents here take public transit to work, which is 2% higher than both state and national averages.

Renter Friendly

Renter Friendly

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Of all the housing units in Long Beach, 57% of them are rented (nearly double the national average of 30%) and only 39% of them are owned. This shows that there are far more renters in Long Beach than there are homeowners, making it a very renter friendly community. If you’re looking to rent in the area, you’ll be happy to know that of all the housing units on the market right now, 51% are for rent, and just 20% are for sale, meaning that people looking to rent will have far more selection and more of a variety of homes to choose from than buyers.



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Long Beach is extremely close to Los Angeles, so it would be easy to hop on the light rail or drive there to enjoy your night. But why bother when you can stay local and enjoy all Long Beach has to offer? The city is filled with art, whether at respected museums such as the Long Beach Museum of Art or the University Art Museum, or on the street, where the world’s largest mural can be found on the side of the Long Beach Sports Arena. The city is also known for its music scene, which caters to every taste. The Long Beach Symphony plays classical concerts, the Bob Marley Festival features reggae music, the Aloha Concert Jam is a Hawaiian musical event, the Brazilian Street Carnaval features Brazilian music, and this is just naming a few festivals. As you can see, there are very diverse musical tastes here. When you factor in the excellent theater companies here on top of everything else, you’ll see that Long Beach is a very fun and hip place.


We Have 1,656 Long Beach, CA Apartment Listings

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thumbnail 2 Bed $1,150 1735 Coronado Avenue, Long Beach, CA August 31st
1 Bed Call 3531 E Wilton, Long Beach, CA August 31st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,325 1765 Obispo Avenue, Long Beach, CA September 1st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,750 3230 E Wilton Street, Long Beach, CA September 1st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,595 3305 E Ransom Street, Long Beach, CA September 1st
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,655 - $2,055 Long Beach, CA June 13th
thumbnail 1 Bed $950 1617 Freeman Avenue, Long Beach, CA September 1st
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,350 3647 14Th, Long Beach, CA September 1st
thumbnail 0 - 2 Bed $1,681 - $2,123 1809 Termino Avenue, Long Beach, CA August 31st
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,425 - $1,960 3500 Hathaway Avenue, Long Beach, CA September 2nd
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One - Two $1,415 - $2,100
Studio - Two $1,185 - $1,745
One - Three $1,900 - $2,350
One - Three $1,616 - $2,196
Two $1,325
One - Three $1,732 - Call
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Nearby Cities & Towns

Name Dist. Available Apartments
Lakewood 4.5mi 1,932
Seal Beach 4.9mi 1,757
Los Alamitos 5.4mi 1,811
Hawaiian Gardens 5.4mi 1,766
Wilmington 6.4mi 1,283
Cypress 6.8mi 1,858
Bellflower 7.0mi 2,196
Carson 7.0mi 1,880
La Palma 7.5mi 1,785
Paramount 7.6mi 2,357
Cerritos 7.7mi 1,926
Compton 8.4mi 2,697

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