LONG BEACH, Calif. (November 3, 2021) – 2ND & PCH, Long Beach’s premier open air coastal shopping center welcomes six new tenants all of which are slated to open by the end of 2021. Having celebrated two successful years as part of the greater Long Beach community, the center continues to establish itself as a destination for national, regional and locally grown best-in-class retailers and restaurateurs as well as a desirable social hub and welcoming gathering place for all to enjoy. The latest lifestyle services, retailers and restaurants coming to the center include:
⦁ Elfin — Exclusively offering boutique apparel and accessories for babies and children.
⦁ Fire Wings — Wings and beer restaurant with over 20 different chicken wing flavors.
⦁ GritCycle — Indoor cycling studio offering high-intensity, full-body cycling classes.
⦁ Madison Reed — Full service hair color bar and Madison Reed product retailer.
⦁ Potato Chips Deli — Deli and sandwich shop with over 12 different specialized recipes.
⦁ UNTUCKit — Casual men’s apparel focused on shirts designed to be worn untucked.
The center recently opened popular businesses Brixton, palapa, Pigeon’s Roller Rink (Pop-up), Sunglass Hut and Tocaya Modern Mexican.
In addition to the new businesses enriching the center’s retail and dining offerings, 2ND & PCH has revitalized its central gathering spaces to incorporate natural beauty among the coastal ambience. Hanging baskets and seasonal plant rotations adorn Seaport Way, including center branded banners on light poles, Seaport Way continues to be closed to vehicular traffic providing additional common area seating and unique experiences for guests to enjoy.
2ND & PCH remains committed to health and wellness and is taking extra precautions to ensure the community feels welcome and safe while visiting the center. For the latest information and details about 2ND & PCH health and safety protocols and a complete list of tenants visit 2ndandpch.com or interact with us via Instagram or Facebook.
About 2ND & PCH
2ND & PCH invites you to a coastal experience with marina views where you will find national, regional, and locally grown best-in-class retailers and restaurateurs. Art and culture intersect with walkable streetscapes within a community urban village. Our casual yet elegant style connects outdoor living with the SoCal lifestyle providing a space to create memories. With nearly 1,100 parking spaces, complimentary Wi-Fi, fire pits, a water feature, lush landscaping, dedicated bicycle lanes and hospitality focused amenities, we welcome you to take in the views while you stay, shop, dine and relax.
About CenterCal Properties, LLC
CenterCal Properties, LLC, founded in 2004 by Fred Bruning and Jean Paul Wardy, is a full-service commercial real estate company in the business of investing, developing, leasing, and managing its projects. CenterCal excels in, and is best known for, creating destinations throughout the western United States with a unique strategy of “place-making,” which emphasizes the importance of developing spaces with a sense of community.
Bruning and Wardy’s creative vision and passion for development, coupled with CenterCal’s internal expertise, is evident in the properties the company owns and operates today. In the Pacific Northwest, those include: Bridgeport Village, Mercantile Village, Nyberg Rivers and Nyberg Woods in Oregon, and The Village at Totem Lake, Valley Mall, The Terminal at Ballard and The Trails at Silverdale in Washington. The Intermountain Region properties include: Mountain View Village, Station Park and Canyon Corners in Utah and The Village at Meridian and Treasure Valley Marketplace in Idaho. California is home to: Bay Street Emeryville, The Veranda, The Collection at Riverpark, 2ND & PCH and Plaza 183. Projects currently under development include Mountain View Village Phase 2 in Riverton, Utah and The Village at Meridian Phase 2B in Meridian, Idaho.
CenterCal Properties also provides our valued partners with 3rd Party Management services at Oakland Mall in Troy, Michigan and Manhattan Town Center in Manhattan, Kansas.
For more information on all of CenterCal’s properties, please visit CenterCal.com.