Redondo Beach PD to raise money with surfing contest

May 1, 2018 by  

The police department of Redondo Beach is hosting a fundraiser in the form of a Surf Line Up competition.

The contest is open to [Read more]

Redondo Beach looks to continue driving awareness progress

April 5, 2018 by  

The “no texting” and “hands free” driving laws enacted 10 years ago have reduced the number of vehicle collisions, but California is keeping the heat on with [Read more]

Local man suggests ferry link between Redondo Beach and LA

March 22, 2018 by  

If David Bailey’s idea bears fruit, residents of Redondo Beach may be one day commute to Los Angeles via ferry.

The LA resident is promoting the [Read more]

Parts arrive from NASA for World’s Largest Space Telescope

February 20, 2018 by  

Two parts recently arrived at Northrup Grumman Aerospace Systems from Houston’s Johnson Space Center that will be used to complete the James Webb Observatory, featuring the largest telescope ever put in space.

In its own [Read more]

Redondo Beach and California at odds over city election dates

January 12, 2018 by  

Redondo Beach has not formulated a plan to accommodate a new state law passed with the hope of boosting voter turnout, and intends to file suit against California in the near future.

Cities, special districts, and [Read more]

Redondo Beach retailer turns to internet for success

December 31, 2017 by  

Kelly Fedio of Redondo Beach is a retailer reaping the rewards of e-commerce. In a recent Patch.com article, she said she is planning to rebrand her store, expand the [Read more]

Redondo Beach surfer invited to prestigious big wave competition

November 10, 2017 by  

Amateur surfer Angelo Luhrsen, who has tackled some immensely large waves at Redondo Beach, received an invitation to take part in the Nelscott Reef Big Wave Pro/Am event, the date of which is as [Read more]

Progress on proposed Redondo Beach community garden stalled

October 4, 2017 by  

Samantha Iacobello has a vision for a vacant lot in Redondo Beach, but the city is moving slowly on her proposed community garden.

A property on the [Read more]

Redondo Beach adjusts school board terms

September 9, 2017 by  

Voters can expect an increase in direct mail printing during busy election years, as future Redondo Beach schoolboard elections will take place during years that see higher voter turnout.

At a recent Board of Education meeting, all [Read more]

Hilton and Marriot set up camp in Redondo Beach

April 15, 2013 by  

Plans are now moving forward for the development of five-acre area located near Marine Avenue and Inglewood Avenue in Redondo Beach, with the ground breaking for the Hilton Garden Inn and a Residence Inn by Marriot taking place on April 9.

The area was marked for construction a few years ago and entailed plans for two hotels. Other businesses were also proposed for the area, but TRCF Redondo LLC won out with bids on the property and plans were made for accommodation facilities in 2010. The project was stalled over the past couple of years due to economic reasons, but the wheels are now well in motion.

As this area and other locations in and around Redondo Beach undergo construction and development, nearby printing companies are likely to keep busy as new businesses place orders for catalog printing, postcard printing, and other printing services as the area continues to develop.

As ground was broken in a dirt lot to begin construction, various investors, developers, and city officials were gathered to celebrate the start of the $59m development project. Each hotel will be four stories high and will include meeting rooms. The Hilton Garden Inn will have 147 rooms, while the Residence Inn by Marriot will include 172 rooms to accommodate guests.

Construction on the two new hotels is estimated to take a little over a year. Both hotels are expected to open next spring and will bring around 100 new jobs to the area.

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