There are 46 different Long Beach neighborhoods to explore below in the city of Long Beach, California. We added some popular Long Beach condos for you to consider if you are looking for a condominium community.
Long Beach Homes, Condos or Neighborhoods?
If you know which Long Beach neighborhood you want, find it on the list below. If you are not sure yet, then go to Long Beach homes for sale. The same holds true for Long Beach condo buildings, look at the list below and pick the one or ones you want to explore. If you are not sure yet, go to Long Beach condos for sale.
What are the Best Long Beach Neighborhoods?
Everyone has an opinion about what is the best neighborhood. So, I created a list of the neighborhoods below and will be adding 2019 pricing to give you an idea of what area might work. When you have questions, call me.
Search by neighborhood below for homes and condos in Long Beach or use our Long Beach real estate search page to explore the city.
East Long Beach neighborhoods are communities are on the east side of the city with the dividing line being Cherry Avenue. West Long Beach neighborhoods are west of Cherry.
|East Long Beach||West Long Beach|
|Whalers Cove||Alamitos Beach|
|University Park Estates||Bixby Highlands|
|Stratford Square||Bixby Knolls|
|Spinnaker Cove||Bixby Terrace|
|Spinnaker Bay||California Heights|
|South of Conant||Downtown Long Beach|
|Rose Park||Los Cerritos|
|Rancho Area||North Long Beach|
|Plaza Area||Poly High|
|Peninsula||Virginia Country Club|
|Lakewood City (Long Beach)|
|La Marina Estates|
|El Dorado Park Estates|
|Eastside - Circle|
|Del Lago Gated Community|
|Bluff Park Historic District|
About Long Beach California
There’s a reason that individuals who live in Long Beach CA will, in general, remain here. All that you’ll ever require is appropriate here! In Long Beach, you’ll appreciate 6 miles of wide sandy shoreline, in vogue dance club, high-end food, and social occasions.
Visit the Waterfront District in Downtown where you’ll discover world-class stimulation like the Aquarium of the Pacific. Walk the shops of Shoreline Village.
Do You Travel for Business?
If so, The Long Beach Airport is close to most neighborhoods. Located on Lakewood Blvd just north of the 405 Freeway. It is small and easy to navigate the airport. I love flying out of this airport.
The Long Beach Municipal Airport is the west coast operations for Jet Blue Airways. Need more airport options? The city is 25 miles south of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
John Wayne Airport is only 20 miles south of Long Beach located in the Orange County city of Santa Ana. You have many freeway options from Long Beach including major interstates like the 405, 605 and 710.
Beat The Freeway Traffic in Southern California
So, here is what I thought you could do: Biking or take the Metro Blue Line into downtown Los Angeles. If you need to go to San Diego, you can take Amtrak or Greyhound bus service will take you there! It’s simple to beat interstate movement utilizing Long Beach’s open transportation framework.
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