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Lido Marina Village Updates and Happenings

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Rare is the development that is unveiled and delivers those idyllic settings evoked in its renderings. But at Lido Marina Village, DJM Capital Partners Inc. has breathed new life into a run-down marina, turning it into a quaint hamlet filled with high-end shops and waterfront dining.

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Lido Marina Village Updates and Happenings

Lido Marina Village Opens in Newport Beach

Lido Marina Village observed its soft opening recently by serving free artisanal ice cream while children played with toy boats on one of the decks of the Newport Beach, Calif., retail center.

Later this month, the new retail site is holding a grand opening as it hopes to attract the affluent client who shops Orange County’s dominant malls—South Coast Plaza and Fashion Island.

DJM Capital Partners Inc., the shopping center’s developer, believes that Lido Marina Village will attract customers in this ultra-competitive market because the compact, 116,000-square-foot retail district is unique with its waterfront property and marina views around Newport Beach’s coast.

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Pacific City Updates and Happenings

DJM Capital Partners Completes Phase I of Pacific City in Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach, Calif. — DJM Capital Partners has completed the development of Phase I of Pacific City, a mixed-use development located in Huntington Beach, California.

Phase I of the project features 191,000 square feet of retail, 100,000 square feet of outdoor community space and 400,000 square feet of on-grade and subterranean parking. An eight-story, four-star oceanfront hotel named Pasea also opened at the property this year.

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Lido Marina Village Updates and Happenings

Lido Marina Village Springs Back to Life

A once-thriving shopping and dining area in Newport Beach that fell victim to increased retail competition, changing tastes and a recession has quietly been springing back to life.

Opened more than 40 years ago, Lido Marina Village once boasted Red Skelton’s art gallery (local resident Buddy Ebsen also showed his work there), a shop that sold hologram objects, The Warehouse Restaurant, Magic Island club (similar to Hollywood’s Magic Castle), and of course, Lido Books.

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