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November 4, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The dust hasn't yet cleared from a big real estate deal that went bust in this southern Orange County beach town, and a local developer is already trying to buy the seaside parcel involved in the deal. Stein-Brief Group, a Dana Point development company, is talking to Chandler-Sherman Corp. about buying a 115-acre bluff-top property called the Headlands, real estate sources said Friday. Stein-Brief is contemplating building a resort hotel on the choice tract.
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November 4, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The dust hasn't yet cleared from a big real estate deal that went bust in this southern Orange County beach town, and a local developer is already trying to buy the seaside parcel involved in the deal. Stein-Brief Group, a Dana Point development company, is talking to Chandler-Sherman Corp. about buying a 115-acre bluff-top property called the Headlands, real estate sources said Friday. Stein-Brief is contemplating building a resort hotel on the choice tract.
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June 30, 1989 | Michael Flagg, Times staff writer
The developers of a plush oceanside resort in Dana Point say construction has been delayed again, this time at least until fall. The California Coastal Commission approved the $300-million Monarch Beach Resort more than a year ago. As late as March, Dana Point developer Stein-Brief Group Inc. said construction would begin in May. Now it could be the end of the year before construction starts, Stein-Brief said this week. The developer said the delay was caused by "minor processing things" but declined to elaborate.
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