Bascom Group Lists Restaurant Space in Downtown Long Beach
The Bascom Group has presented for lease a 4,100-square-foot ground-floor, second-generation restaurant space to the downtown Long Beach market. Located at 200 Pine Ave., there is an adjoining 3,865-square-foot lower-level space. The location has dedicated onsite retail and restaurant parking and sits at the base of a six story, 65,909-square-foot office building renovated in 2022.
David Kim, managing partner with Bascom, said, “200 Pine is in the heart of the Pine Avenue entertainment district, with numerous retailers and restaurants, such as Altar Society Brewing Company. This building is within two blocks of City Hall, Billie Jean King Public Library, George Deukmejian County Court House, the State Building and the newly expanded Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center.”
Downtown Long Beach is undergoing a renaissance. Originally adopted in 2012, the Downtown Plan was established by Long Beach Development Services to create a vibrant urban core. Since January 2014, hundreds of businesses have opened in the area and there are currently more than 1,000 apartment units under construction.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).