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Huntington Beach Downtown Update

New in '04 - The Strand!

Thought this was funny--from the official HB site:
The Strand Downtown Huntington   Beach
- The Strand~Downtown Huntington Beach One of the best California Coast locations is on the Huntington Beach horizon! The Strand~Downtown Huntington Beach (formerly known as Blocks 104 & 105) is an exciting proposed project featuring 102,000 sf of retail, restaurant, and entertainment, plus a 140 room hotel. This proposed project will bring to life the two block area (3 acres) along Fifth Street between Pacific Coast Highway and Walnut. The Redevelopment Agency has approved a Disposition and Development Agreement with CIM Group. In the pre-development phase, this project is anticipated to open in the Fall of 2004.

How tough would it be to update the "Fall of 2004" opening date?

Related note- while walking around downtown yesterday morning, behind the Strand development, you really get a sense of how much ocean environment  it will block out, not unlike the high profile buildings in Miami Beach. Hopefully the design will not be the typical HB beach-peach-generic design of the last few years.

October 02, 2007

Council Votes To Annex Brightwater

From the OC Register:

HUNTINGTON BEACH – The 356-home Hearthside Homes-Brightwater community may soon become part of the city.

The City Council on Monday night approved the annexation of 105 acres of county property that makes up the new development. Final approval for the annexation could come in November, when the county's Local Agency Formation Commission takes up the issue, city officials said.

In December, residents will move into homes in the first phase of the project.

One word, however, threatened to divide the council, which voted 5-2 to approve the annexation.

Mayor Gil Coerper and Councilwoman Cathy Green voted against the item after council members Jill Hardy and Debbie Cook pushed for what they said would be more clarity in the wording of the ordinance that related to public access to the wetlands in the Hearthside Homes community.

 

       

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