LONG BEACH, Calif. (April 14, 2021) –– Seaport Way continues to be closed to vehicular traffic providing additional common area seating and unique experiences for guests to enjoy responsibly.
PCH Movies & Moonlight returns on Friday, April 16th at sunset with a special feature of Aquaman. Movies are complimentary to the community; self-seating will be available on a first come first serve basis. Seating will be limited due to social distancing. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. Limited seating will be provided by the center and propane heaters will be centralized within the street. 2ND & PCH offers an array of restaurants, retailers and specialty services within the center for the community to enjoy before, during or after the movie. Attendees should be advised that this movie is rated PG-13. Parents are strongly cautioned. Some material may be inappropriate for children under the age of 13, please visit our website for additional information regarding the movie rating.
April also features a variety of live musical performances from two Southern California favorites. Blending country and back alley rock-and-roll, Los Angeles-based band Feed the Kitty will perform on Saturday, April 17th 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm on the grand staircase. Later in the month, singer-songwriter Lisa Ritchie returns with ambient music on Wednesday, April 21st 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on the grand staircase.
Creative Communal’s Makers Market returns Sunday, April 25th 11:00 am to 6:00 pm along Seaport Way. This uniquely curated open-air market has something for everyone featuring over twenty local makers, kids activities, a creative photo op and live music.
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 & Culture intersect with walkable streetscapes in a community urban village. Our casual yet elegant style connects outdoor living with the SoCal lifestyle as a destination to create memories. With over 1,000 parking spaces, free Wi-Fi, fire pits, water features, 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 “placemaking,” 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, are evident in the properties the company owns and operates today. In the Pacific Northwest, those include: Bridgeport Village, Nyberg Woods and Nyberg Rivers 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: The Veranda, The Collection at Riverpark, 2ND & PCH and Plaza 183. In addition, Mountain View Village Phase 2 in Riverton, Utah is a project currently under development. For more information on all of CenterCal’s properties, please visit www.centercal.com .