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Beverly Heritage Hotel Opens Near Arts Center

May 17, 1987

Orange County's newest luxury hotel, the 238-room Beverly Heritage in Costa Mesa, has officially opened.

The $27-million development of Northview Corp. occupies a three-acre site at Avenue of the Arts and Town Center Drive, across the street from the new Orange County Performing Arts Center and South Coast Plaza Repertory Theatre.

Designed by the architectural firm of Gin Wong Associates, it has a six-story guest room tower linked by a glass corridor to a 20-foot-high skylighted lobby.

A separate two-story pavilion with its own entrance includes 4,000 square feet of meeting and banquet rooms, a 1,800-square-foot entertainment lounge and Brandon's restaurant.

The Beverly Heritage is the latest addition to the 100-acre urban complex at the interchange of the San Diego and Newport freeways that is being developed by Transpacific Development Co.

Already in place are two of the three 12-story office towers of South Coast Metro Center and 20,000-square-foot Lakes retail center, both projects designed by Gin Wong Associates. General contractor for the Beverly Heritage was Nielsen Construction Co.

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