Lamborghinis and McLarens Roll into The Strand on July 26, 2018

Lamborghinis and McLarens Roll into The Strand on July 26, 2018

Thank you for joining Lamborghini McLaren of Newport Beach and The Strand Realty for a lovely evening of super cars, fine food and drink. We enjoyed socializing with our wonderful homeowners, their friends and family – and making new friends take came out to experience The Strand first-hand. As you can see, the soiree was hosted outside on a magnificent homesite with an unobstructed view overlooking the Headlands of Dana Point and has the look and feel of being directly on the white sand, white water below.

The winners of the opportunity drawing are:

Sharon & Don Komeron – Dinner for Two at Bourbon Steak Orange County

Jill Fabricant – One 60-Minute Massage Treatment at Miraval Life in Balance Spa

Florence Taslitz – One Round of Golf for Four People at Monarch Beach Golf Links

 

— The Strand Realty Team

IN ESCROW: 11 Coral Cove Way – Lot 86

Sales are moving along with now only FIVE more custom homesites available in The Strand! We have FOUR large lots ranging from 10,852 sq. ft. to 12,633 sq. ft. in the South Strand section; and only ONE 8,813 custom homesite remaining in the coastal South Strand.

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A Glimpse of Yesteryear – 2004

A Glimpse of Yesteryear – 2004

Dana Point Headlands Project Approved -Landmark decision // State coastal panel ends 30 years of debate, voting 7-5 to allow a hotel and homes to be built at the site.


By SUSAN GILL VARDON, Orange County Register

Laguna Beach, CA; January 16, 2004: A divided California Coastal Commission on Thursday night ended 30 years of often contentious debate and approved building on one of the last undeveloped promontories in Southern California.

On a 7-5 vote, the commission gave the go-ahead to a 90-room hotel, 122 homes that real-estate experts say may sell for $2 million or more and commercial development on the sweeping Dana Point Headlands.

Plans to build a lighthouse and cultural center on the point that soars 180 feet above the ocean were scrapped because they would have been on an environmentally sensitive area. Instead, developer Sanford Edward will donate $2 million to Dana Point for parks. “I’m elated,” said Edward, surrounded by well-wishers in the Grand Ballroom of the Montage Resort in

Laguna Beach. “It was been a long process, but I’m disappointed we didn’t get the community amenities.”

Opponents of the project welcomed the concessions but were not happy with the final outcome.

Contact Vardon at (949) 454-7356 or svardon@ocregister.com

Copyright 2004 The Orange County Register

Record Number: 65810608