OC Register: Newport Beach developer group wins county contract and 66-year lease for $200 million Dana Point Harbor revitalization

Renderings of the proposed Dana Point Harbor Revitalization project provided by  R.D. Olson Development

Renderings of the proposed Dana Point Harbor Revitalization project provided by R.D. Olson Development

SANTA ANA — A $200 million overhaul of Dana Point Harbor is expected to include buildings with gabled standing seam metal roofs, open plazas, unique restaurants and shops, two hotels and possibly a surf museum.

The long-awaited plan, a proposal by the Dana Point Harbor Partners LLC development group, was unanimously approved by the Orange County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Oct. 17. It was a milestone in a harbor revitalization plan that has gone on for nearly two decades.

Dana Point Harbor Partners is made up of Burnham-Ward Properties for retail and restaurants, Bellwether Financial Group for the marinas, and R.D. Olson Development for hotels.

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