Important Message:

Residents: We are transitioning away from this website to TownSquare.  If you have not done so, please register for your account here:

If you are having issues registering, talk to Brenda. [email protected]

You will be able to submit and track maintenance requests, complete surveys, rules violations, receive alerts, have discussion in the new forum, and monitor your account details from a central location. 

The Royal Palms is now being managed by PCM Associa property management. The phone number (including after hours emergency number is) 800-369-7260.  The community manager is Brenda, [email protected]

The Royal Palms. Inc. is a condominium housing complex located at 100 Atlantic
Avenue in Long Beach, California.  Built in 1957-58 and designed by architects Francis O.
Merchant and J. Richard Shelley, the Royal Palms is a fixture of the East Village Arts district
and a preeminent example of mid-century modern architecture in Long Beach.  Comprising a
total of twelve stories and 164 units, the building was converted from its original form as a co-op
project into condominiums in 2015.

Situated on the waterfront, downtown Long Beach is one of the most vibrant cities in southern California boasting a walking score of 97%.  The metro area is a place for shopping, dining, working and living.  It's lifestyle is a modern live-work-play urban core, with all of the necessities and so much more concentrated in several blocks from Pine Avenue to Los Alamitos Avenue.  A very active city with multiple events, such as farmers markets, local sidewalk sales and arts and music.  speaking of art, one could spend at least a whole day checking out the selfie walls (a.k.a. Murals).  There are many photo opportunities in this beautiful and very diverse city.

Long Beach Transit is a municipal transit company providing fixed and flexible bus transit services offering many stops throughout the city and into LA and Orange County.  The bus station is located on First Street between Long Beach Blvd. and Pine Avenue right next to the Promenade.  There is also a Fly-Away bust that will take you to LAX.  The city is connected to downtown L.A. by the Metro A line, which forms a loop right around the main Long Beach downtown area at First Street and Pine Avenue.