The rent at Long Beach Apartments ranges from $684 for a studio to a $1,254 three bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 21% less expensive than the East Village average.
Long Beach Apartments is a 13 minute walk from the Metro Blue Line (801) at the 5th Street Station stop.
This apartment is in the East Village neighborhood in Long Beach. Nearby parks include Lincoln Park, Drake Park and Rotary Centennial Park.
Long Beach Apartments has a Walk Score of 82 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Nearby schools include New City School, Montessori On Elm Preschool + Kindergarten and International Elementary School.
The closest grocery stores are Bayon Market, L a Market and Denisa's Market.
Nearby coffee shops include Good Vibes Cafe, Zephyr Vegetarian Cafe and Village Grind. There are 70 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Chema's Place, Louis Burgers and SUBWAY® Restaurants.
Long Beach Apartments is near California State University - Long Beach.
There are minimal bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. Long Beach Apartments is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure.
The Long Beach Portfolio of affordable senior and family apartments includes thirteen properties with a total of 320 units located in the north and south Long Beach communities. All properties have been completely renewed and modernized with new interiors and landscaped common areas. Residents of the properties enjoy a clean environment with laundry and parking at all sites. All properties are conveniently located in close proximity to Long Beach Transit services, public parks, schools and shopping corridors. **Income Restrictions do apply** 1 person: $29,900-$35,880 2 people: $34,200-$41,040 3 people: $38,450-$46,140 4 people: $42,700-$51,240 5 people: $46,150-$55,380 6 people: $49,550-$59,460 7 people: $52,950-$63,540 8 people: $56,400-$67,680 Please call for more details