After nearly 30 years of discussion, arguments, endless waits for approvals and all the other contentious things associated with property development these days, 30 new luxury single-family homes built by Shea Homes will finally go n the market on the Seal Beach oceanfront.
Ocean Place — a 13-acre site located at First and Ocean, across the San Gabriel River from Ballast Point — features homes ranging in size from 3,140 to 4,640 square feet with up to five bedrooms and six bathrooms. Pricing will begin above $2 million. The site had been vacant since the old LA DWP power plant had been demolished back in 1967. Six acres of the site has been set aside to create a park.
Seal Beach is getting 30 new luxury single-family homes on a slab of land with a contentious history. Shea Homes has begun sales at Ocean Place, built on an 11-acre waterfront parcel of land that was once the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power’s power plant in Seal Beach.