6500 E. Pacific Coast Highway Mixed-Use Project

13 Documents in Project


SCH Number
Public Agency
City of Long Beach
Document Title
6500 E. Pacific Coast Highway Mixed-Use Project
Document Type
NOE - Notice of Exemption
Document Description
The proposed project involves the demolition of the existing restaurant and retail development onsite and construction of a mixed-use development with a total of 600 residential dwelling units and 4,000 square feet of ground-floor retail in two buildings with 894,336 gross square feet of total area, including parking and a maximum building height of 73 feet 4 inches. The proposed project includes 1,156 parking stalls, 300 bike stalls, 12 bicycle lockers and approximately 126,596 square feet of common, private, and public open spaces areas on the property within the MU-CC Zoning District (District 3).

Contact Information

Cuentin Jackson
Agency Name
City of Long Beach
Job Title
Contact Types
Lead/Public Agency


Long Beach
Los Angeles
Citywide, Countywide, Southern California
Cross Streets
Pacific Coast Highway and Studebaker Road
Total Acres
Parcel #
State Highways
1, 22
San Gabriel River, Pacific Ocean
Other Location Info
The project site is located at 6500 East Pacific Coast Highway in the City of Long Beach in Los Angeles County. Pacific Coast Highway, which borders the project site to the east, provides primary regional and local access to the project site. Regional access to the project site is also provided by State Route (SR) 22, SR-19, Interstate (I) 405, and 1-605. Local access is also provided by Marina Drive and Studebaker Road to the west and south of the project site, respectively. The project site is located in the southeast side of the City and within the Southeast Area Specific Plan (SEASP) area, near the border with Orange County. The project site encompasses approximately 264,345 square feet (approximately 6.07 acres) and is comprised of one parcel with assessor parcel number (APN) 7242-011-013.

Notice of Exemption

Exempt Status
Type, Section or Code
State CEQA Guidelines Section 15183 and Section 15168(c)(2)
Reasons for Exemption
The proposed project is consistent with the development density and use regulations established by the Southeast Area Specific Plan (SEASP) for which a Program Environmental Impact Report (PEIR) was certified in 2017 (SCH Number 2015101075). The proposed project is consistent with the SEASP and zoning. Therefore, pursuant to Sections 15183 of the State California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines, the evaluation of environmental impacts in a checklist is focused on project-specific significant effects that are peculiar to the project or its site. Consistent with CEQA Guidelines Sections 15168(c)(2) and 15183, the checklist confirms that environmental effects of the proposed project are within the scope of the SEASP PEIR. No significant impacts not already identified in the SEASP PEIR would result from implementation of the proposed project.
County Clerk
Los Angeles


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