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New developer waiting in wings to build Seaside resort

Business News, Breaking Business News and More: Monterey County Herald

Seaside >> A new developer is waiting in the wings “to take over the golf course resort project and accelerate its construction” after the original developer tried for 12 years to get its Seaside Resort Development project complete...

Cooper-Molera construction reaches halfway point

Monterey >> The traditional crimson barns of Monterey’s Cooper-Molera complex visible from Polk Street and Munras Avenue are now set to get their new redwood sheathing. That’s as the renovation of the historical property marks its ...

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