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1298 W. 7th St
upland, Ca 91786
I live in Downtown Long Beach and I feel my family is safe.
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I live in Downtown Long Beach - I have for nearly 15 years. I reside in a historic highrise and every morning I walk two small dogs around the neighborhood. I say hello to most everyone and I do not feel unsafe. I am considered a specialist in this area becasue I live and sell here. That being said Long Beach is a large city it has nearly 460,000 population and is 50 square miles. It is also an older city (over 100 years old) and being established for so long it is densely populated. You can be walking in what is considered a great area and turn a corner and there you are in a less desirable pocket. Downtown is like that maybe more than say Belmont Shore - but it can be dangerous anywhere USA.
if you knew the history of the gentrification and progress of Downtown you would be amazed. There used to be a lot a bars along Ocean Blvd that opened at 6am and where the Weston Hotel is located used to be a Pussycat Theater. There has been an abundance of money and development poured into Downtown and there will continue to be in the future so its only getting better every day. I believe it to be such a great Urban experience that offers so much in the way of lifestyle all within walking distance. I had coffee at the Marina this morning siting outside near the docked boats .... yes with my two little dogs in tow. I walked to an Art Opening last night to the East Village Arts District with friends and stopped by a local Restaurant and had appetizers and saw other neighbors there enjoying their evening.
This is one of the very few places in SoCal that someone can buy into a building either directly on the sand or with a view and not be in the stratosphere where pricing is concerned. Most communities don't have highrise property along the water in SoCal period. I have named this area "The Ocean Boulevard Corridor" - it is the area along the coast where there are highrises and low rises that are on or adjacent to Ocean Blvd.
I hope this helps you. Please feel free to contact me directly I have a vast knowledge of all the buildings along "The Ocean Blvd Corridor" 562-715-3905
Long Beach is a great city to live in. I know, having lived here 18 years. If you would like information about a specific building, take a look at HiRises.com/city/long-beach .
Others have given you a place to get crime statistics. I always recommend, if you are thinking about buying in any area, take the time go there (on different days, at different times) and see how the area feels to you. One person's paradise is another person's hell. Only you can tell if you like the vibe of an area.
Good luck in your search for a new home. Let me know if I can be of any assistance. I love Long Beach and would not live anywhere else!
RE/MAX Estate Properties
Sheryl Arndt, Real Estate Broker â€“ Sr. Loan Officer CA only
REO & Short Sale Specialist
20+ Years Experience
Main Street Realtors
Your best bet would be to contact the Long Beach PD to answer your question.
You can also peruse the area and ask neighbors what they they think of the area.
Please feel free to contact me with any other questions.
Have a great night.