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Renting Warehouse Space in Long Beach

The commercial real estate market in Long Beach offers something for everyone within its massive footprint. The Port of Long Beach is the second largest port in the country and features a vast inventory of industrial space. Belmont Shore is a prototypical California beach environment with trendy restaurants, retail, office buildings, and sightseeing. Downtown Long Beach typifies the city's explosive growth with new developments and redevelopments continually bolstering the area's claim as an economic powerhouse.

Downtown is popular with law firms, financial institutions, as well as a growing collection of diverse industries. The area currently houses over $3.5 billion of construction as part of a five-year plan that started in 2018 while the city itself boasts over $5 billion in total construction. Companies can expect to find high-rise Class A and Class B buildings, retail centers, and significant co-working space either immediately in Downtown or within five minutes of it.

Employees in Long Beach can expect a lighter commute with less congestion in comparison to most of Los Angeles. The 405, 710, 605, and 91 freeways either cross through or border the city to make it an attractive choice to residents within the several residential areas in and around Long Beach. The Metrolink Blue Line is another convenient commuting option with its Downtown Long Beach station that runs north to Downtown LA. Those options along with several bus routes and an extremely bike-friendly environment make Long Beach one of the best commuting cities in all of Southern California.

The city's many amenities are another powerful draw for talent into Long Beach businesses. The Downtown area alone gives the workforce quick access to beaches, several parks, and a generally vibrant atmosphere with microbreweries and upscale restaurants popular with employees. The Aquarium of the Pacific, Queen Mary, Pike Outlets retail stores, and a wide selection of dining and shopping options throughout the city provide even more amenities that make Long Beach such an attractive choice for companies and employees alike.

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Suite Rates in Long Beach

Suite Sizes in Long Beach

Neighborhood Comparison

Neighborhood Average Available SQFT Average Rate / SQFT PER Month NUMBER OF AVAILABLE SUITES
Alhambra 16,000 $1.42 / SF < 30
Bel Air - - < 30
Beverly Hills 800 $4.45 / SF < 30
Brentwood - - < 30
Burbank - - < 30
Canoga Park 3,700 $1.41 / SF < 30
Carson 3,000 $1.75 / SF 30
Central LA 4,100 $2.29 / SF 201
Century City - - < 30
Cerritos 12,000 $1.55 / SF < 30
Chatsworth 3,100 $1.72 / SF < 30
Chinatown 1,400 $1.04 / SF < 30
Compton 6,700 $1.65 / SF < 30
Culver City 2,500 $3.48 / SF 36
Downey 7,100 $1.45 / SF < 30
Downtown LA 4,900 $2.52 / SF 120
East LA 8,900 $1.53 / SF < 30
El Segundo 7,800 $3.19 / SF < 30
Encino 15,000 $1.71 / SF < 30
Fashion District 3,800 $1.80 / SF 68
Gardena 5,700 $1.45 / SF < 30
Glendale 3,200 $1.74 / SF < 30
Granada Hills - - < 30
Hawthorne 2,800 $1.75 / SF < 30
Hermosa Beach - - < 30
Hollywood 800 $2.74 / SF < 30
Huntington Park 14,000 $1.13 / SF < 30
Inglewood 3,300 $1.68 / SF < 30
Ladera Heights 1,800 $3.95 / SF < 30
Lakewood 3,900 $1.60 / SF < 30
Little Armenia 900 $2.75 / SF < 30
Long Beach 2,800 $1.71 / SF 43
Manhattan Beach 60,000 $1.25 / SF < 30
Mar Vista 4,300 $4.59 / SF < 30
Marina Del Rey 5,900 $4.92 / SF < 30
Mid City 3,900 $3.88 / SF < 30
North Hollywood 8,600 $2.35 / SF < 30
Northridge 10,000 $1.65 / SF < 30
Pasadena 1,500 $2.09 / SF < 30
Playa Vista 28,000 $2.73 / SF < 30
Rancho Palos Verdes 1,200 $1.35 / SF < 30
Redondo Beach 1,200 $1.82 / SF < 30
Reseda 3,700 $1.47 / SF < 30
San Fernando Valley 4,800 $1.74 / SF 71
San Gabriel 10,000 $1.42 / SF < 30
Santa Monica 3,000 $4.05 / SF < 30
Sherman Oaks 31,000 $1.50 / SF < 30
South Gate 4,700 $1.28 / SF < 30
South LA 5,700 $1.57 / SF 86
Studio City - - < 30
Sun Valley - - < 30
Toluca Lake 10,000 $3.20 / SF < 30
Torrance 2,800 $1.65 / SF 72
Universal City - - < 30
Van Nuys 3,500 $1.53 / SF < 30
Venice 1,600 $3.90 / SF < 30
West Hollywood - - < 30
Westchester 2,600 $2.73 / SF < 30
Westwood 4,200 $3.47 / SF < 30
Woodland Hills 1,500 $1.78 / SF < 30
*All data is from sources we deem reliable and is tracked to provide tenants an understanding of market and submarket conditions, however we cannot guarantee accuracy and all data should be confirmed prior to any use in the lease or purchase of real property.

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