Formerly known as The Blue Cafe, 210 The Promenade N underwent an extensive restoration that brought back to life one of the most architectural significant Streamline Moderne buildings in Long Beach.
The facade restoration included the removal of a non-original second-story central bay awning window replacing it with three casement windows, and the reconstruction/replastering of all removed or damaged Art Deco character-defining features. Such as the projecting fins from the casement windows, the tiered setback of the uppermost level, the horizontal grooves, the pilasters bordering the street-level storefront windows and the corbel connecting a casement window to the main entrance. New paint and exterior lighting was also added to enhance every single architectural detail of the facade at night.
- Built in the 1910s
- Remodeled in 1933 Art Deco Streamline Moderne Style by Schilling and Schilling
- Locally-Designated Historical Landmark
- Prior Uses: Barker Bros Annex, Blue Cafe Night Club
PHOTOGRAPHER: J. Christopher Launi