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Long Beach

Long Beach

Über Long Beach

470.130 in der Stadt
17.820.893 in der Region
129 km² (50 mi²)
9.30594825744 m
Long Beach is California's fifth largest city. Founded in 1880 and incorporated in 1888, Long Beach is one of the most unique cities in America. At the turn of the last century, the city had already established itself as a major tourist destination, its large amusement park known as The Pike, drew thousands of visitors each year. New residents poured in, making the city the fastest growing in the nation from 1902 to 1910. After the discovery of vast oil pockets in the city, a million dollar per month building boom began which included the city's first high-rises. Many tall buildings (including the second tallest in LA County at the time) dotted the skyline. The boom ended in 1933, year of the Long Beach earthquake, which claimed many lives and caused major destruction. The city rebuilt in the art-deco style, creating a bohemian feel downtown. Today, modern new towers have taken their place right next to the historic ones along Ocean Boulevard. The city boasts five miles of sandy beaches with a popular aquarium and a large convention center that drives tourism.

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Anzahl der Gebäude

No. Current status
316 Alle Gebäude
275
fertiggestellt
4
im Bau
11
geplant
14
nie errichtet
12
abgerissen

Die höchsten Gebäude

# Gebäude Höhe Jahr
1 One World Trade Center 397 ft 1989
2 West Ocean Condominiums I 345 ft 2007
3 Landmark Square 312 ft 1991
4 Shoreline Square 279 ft 1988
5 International Tower 277 ft 1966

Andere Gebäude

No. Type
1 Berühmte Gebäude
3 Gebäude mit Baubildern