Long Beach Condos, Lofts and Association Homes

There are currently Long Beach condos and lofts for homeownership in some of the older downtown historic landmark buildings, such as The Willmore, The Sovereign, the Lafayette, the Villa Riviera, or the Cooper Arms.  The Kress Lofts and The Temple Lofts are transformed from former commercial or private uses.  Some older condo buildings such as The Sovereign often started out as hotels, or "own-your-owns" which were an early form of apartment ownership, and gradually became condominiums. Since the 1920's, the shoreline has moved outward from Ocean Blvd. and the harbor has grown, so buildings that used to be right on the water are now a little farther away, but ocean views still abound.

 
Going towards east side of Long Beach, Bixby Village townhomes offer a great golf course environment in a planned unit development (PUD) setting; and other areas such as Bluff Park, Belmont Shore, Virginia Country Club area and Belmont Heights also offer great ownership possibilities in the condo and homeowner association market. Some HOAs may qualify for certain types of financing, so this is a great opportunity for first-time buyers! 
 
 
Condos and lofts are listed in the MLS in all price ranges, starting as low as $55,000 for small studios and one-bedrooms downtown (but basically the lowest market price is $100,000 and up), up to over $1,750,000 for luxury/ocean view units along the shoreline
 

If you want to be close to the Blue Line for fast transportation to other points in Southern California, or you just like to be near the water and have a city view or view of the Queen Mary from a top floor solarium, one of these buildings might be your next home. Listings available in these buildings and all parts of Long Beach and Southern California can be found in the MLS Property Search tab, or just call Julia at 562-896-2609, or email me at julia@juliahuntsman.com.

 

For more information on names of Long Beach homeowner associations and their listings, go to Belmont Shore, Naples areas.



For more information about homeowner associations, or potential property tax benefits in historic districts or historic buildings, contact the City of Long Beach for an application, or see this Mills Property Tax Act site.
 

For current (within last 30-60 days) data and market information, ask for an  area report detailing on a city level or zip code level selling and buying reports.


PROPERTY SEARCH RESULTS FOR CONDOS

By clicking on a link or photo link below, you will see instant property search results for Long Beach condos and association properties currently on the market. This is a fast and easy way to do a local search.


Many of the developments named below include condos, townhomes, or detached single family homes. For a custom list of available properties within an associations, just fill out the request form to find what's available.