Queen Mary: New Attractions Ahead for the Ocean-Liner

In the coming years, the idle land next to the Queen Mary is expected to change, thanks to a “$250 million, all-inclusive entertainment destination” in the 65 acres of land next to the Long Beach ocean-liner.

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Gensler, the architectural firm, is a partner with Urban Commons on the "self-contained destination" which will pay visual tribute to both the ship's classic British aesthetic and Southern California, the Queen Mary's home since 1967.
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A map of the attractions that are expected to be next to the Queen Mary.
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Shops and restaurants will fill the new attraction area.
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The area will include a "grand outdoor amphitheater."
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Gensler, the architectural firm, is a partner with Urban Commons on the "self-contained destination" which will pay visual tribute to both the ship's classic British aesthetic and Southern California, the Queen Mary's home since 1967.
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The Queen Mary herself is facing a series of "critical renovations" in the years ahead with some "$23 million... being spent to fix the most serious problems."
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