Uptown Long Beach

Much change has come and new development is happening across the district.

Houghton Park, De Forest Park, Lindbergh, Grant, Harte, Cherry Park, Ramona Park, Hamilton


Welcome to Uptown Long Beach

Uptown, like the name, is the up-and-coming area of the city of Long Beach. The city has invested millions of dollars in the area in recent years including a complete (125M+) renovation of Jordan HS, the recently opened Uptown Commons center, the new fire station, and the Michelle Obama Library. 

The area is predominantly single-family homes on tree-lined streets built in the post-War contemporary style with mission Revival and Craftsman homes making up the balance. This is still one of the more affordable areas to become a homeowner.

Uptown Long Beach, also known as North Long Beach is a very diverse part of and a large part of the city. In the past few years, much change has come and new development is happening across the district. The new fire station on Atlantic, a new shopping and restaurant complex at Artesia and Atlantic, and a recent renovation of the DeForrest Wetlands.

The neighborhoods are a mix of Spanish Mission Revival, Craftsman, Post War, and Mid Century Modern homes. Most areas are completely single-family homes, not mixed with apartments. This is one of the best value areas for purchasing a new home.

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