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Long Beach Towne Center is a large power center in northeastern Long Beach, California at Carson St. and the I-605, with 1,000,000 square feet (93,000 m2) of retail space on a 100-acre (40 ha) site. It is the largest shopping center in Long Beach.[1]

Entrance on Carson Street
Entrance on Carson Street

Tenants of the Long Beach Towne Center include:[1]

Tenant name Date opened Has it closed Replacement if there is
Walmart 1999 no -
Sams Club 1999 no -
Bobs Furniture 2018 no -
Sports Charlet 1999? yes Bobs Furniture
Ross Dress for Less 1999? no -
Ashely’s Furniture 2010 no -

Very Quick History

The sprawling center opened in 1999 on the site of the former Long Beach Naval Hospital.[2][3]

Current Plans

A Dave & Busters was announced in 2019. The plan was that the Food Court would be demolished and replaced with this new Dave & Busters along with a few new stores. A few months after this plan was said and the Food Court along with a few stores were all demolished. As of now, it has not opened, but it will open in October of 2022


  1. ^ a b "Site plan, Long Beach Towne Center", Vesta website
  2. ^ "History", Long Beach Tourism official site
  3. ^ "Construction to begin on shopping center". Los Angeles Times. August 2, 1997.

Coordinates: 33°49′46″N 118°05′12″W / 33.8294°N 118.0867°W / 33.8294; -118.0867