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December 25, 1997 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Jesus Sanchez can be reached at (213) 237-7114 or by e-mail at jesus.sanchez@latimes.com
After nearly 18 years of delays, lawsuits and regulatory scrutiny, preliminary groundwork has begun on a 400-room, $200-million hotel and spa to be situated northwest of Goleta in Santa Barbara County. The controversial Santa Barbara Club Resort & Spa is expected to open in about two years, according to Adco Group, the New York firm that owns the 73-acre site.
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December 25, 1997 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Jesus Sanchez can be reached at (213) 237-7114 or by e-mail at jesus.sanchez@latimes.com
After nearly 18 years of delays, lawsuits and regulatory scrutiny, preliminary groundwork has begun on a 400-room, $200-million hotel and spa to be situated northwest of Goleta in Santa Barbara County. The controversial Santa Barbara Club Resort & Spa is expected to open in about two years, according to Adco Group, the New York firm that owns the 73-acre site.
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March 10, 1998
Charleston, S.C.-based Golf Trust of America Inc. has purchased the ocean-front Sandpiper Golf Course, an 18-hole facility near Santa Barbara, for $36.5 million. The high-end course will be leased to an affiliate of Environmental Golf and an affiliate of the owner of the adjacent 400-room Santa Barbara Club Resort & Spa, in a joint venture. * New Jersey-based housewares chain Bed Bath & Beyond has signed a 10-year, $5.
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November 23, 1998 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Breakers toss salt into the breeze as a beachcomber eyes a tide pool. A skim-boarder shoots skyward, then plunges into the foam. On this warm fall day, in a Laguna Beach cove with surf-sculpted rock arches and bougainvillea-draped bluffs, just two sunbathers share the sand with the darting seabirds. In the past, the few visitors here mostly scrambled down from Treasure Island, a bluff-top trailer park looking out to Santa Catalina Island.
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