Lakewood is between Long Beach, Bellflower and Cerritos. The San Gabriel River Freeway intersects the East portion of Lakewood. Lakewood was agricultural based until the 1950’s. The main source of income for the city of Lakewood before the 50’s was derived from Lima Bean cultivation. By 1960 Lakewood was a suburban area with many residents who were veterans from World War II. The developers of the time created curved, tree lined streets for the residential areas. These lead to the grid patterned streets of the more commercial districts in the city.
There are about 3,000 businesses in Lakewood and many use portable storage containers for on-site purposes. These contribute to Lakewood’s retail and commercial based economy. Lakewood Center is the main mall in Lakewood. Lakewood Center is one of the largest regional malls in Southern California. Other malls in Lakewood include: Pioneer Square, Lakewood Marketplace, and Lakewood Square. There is also a very large Wall-Mart located in Lakewood. The automobile industry thrives in Lakewood’s “auto row”. This is a cluster of three car dealerships along Cherry Avenue. Candlewood Avenue is home to many diverse restaurants that are referred to as restaurant row.
There are ten major parks in Lakewood but not all of them have portable storage containers on the premises. The Mayfair Park and Bolivar Park both feature public pools with swimming lessons and lifesaving classes available. Lakewood has an Equestrian Center that is located on Carson Street. Rynerson Park has beautiful hiking trails that run along the San Gabriel River. <
Sycamore Plaza features a large banquet room that is available to rent out for community events. The Centre can hold up to 1,000 guests. The Todd Center at Mayfair Park and the Palms Park Community Center are also available to rent for events. You can also find portable storage containers in the development area. The Lakewood Residents are able to access two libraries: the Iacoboni Library and the Nye Library. The Iacoboni Library is on Clark Avenue and the Nye Library is on Del Amo Boulevard.
We provide portable storage container rental services in Lakewood from our location in Ontario. Despite the drive, we provide reliable delivery that arrives on time. This is coupled with our family-oriented customer service.