Leaders Approve Massive Laserfiche Expansion in Bixby KnollsRelease Date: 2019-03-06
By: Jason Ruiz
Long Beach-based software design company Laserfiche is set for a massive expansion of its headquarters after the City Council approved a project Tuesday night that will add over 100,000 square feet to its campus.
Included in the plan is construction of a four-story office building and a three-story parking structure that will provide parking for over 340 vehicles. To accommodate the footprint of the new construction, the city had to alter its zoning maps to allow for commercial property to be built areas zoned for residential construction.
“This four-story building I think is why, when we went through our land use element a few months ago, it wasn’t just about housing it was also about creating good businesses with great jobs here in our city as well,” said Councilman Al Austin, referring to a planning document that was recently approved that altered some portions of the city’s allowable height and density maps.
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