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Developers Stall Point Morate’s $ 400 Land Sale with New Suppression Order

The latest and seemingly only move in the City of Richmond’s efforts to develop and revitalize the Point Morate coastline is taking place in the Contra Costa County Superior Court.

On June 9, Winehaven Legacy LLC’s legal counsel, who was poised to build thousands of homes in a permanently postponed $ 45 million project, said ownership of 270 acres of real estate would be transferred. We asked court authorities to give a temporary injunction to prevent it. ..

According to court documents, the short-term order was granted on the same day.

After the Richmond City Council voted on May 17, the land will now be sold to the Pomo Indian Guidiville tribe and its developer, Upstream Point Morate LLC, for $ 400. Shatter Winehaven’s plans Build 1,450 homes and 400,000 square feet of commercial space.

The land sale of the bargain Outlined in 2018 Federal Settlement AgreementAfter suing the city in 2012 for rejecting a proposal by the tribe to build a mega-casino complex “with more slot machines than all casinos on the south shore of Lake Tahoe” in Point Morate.

Winehaven is suing for feeling that their project, first approved in September 2020, was maliciously and illegally killed.

https://www.siliconvalley.com/2022/06/10/richmond-developer-stalls-400-land-sale-of-point-molate-in-new-restraining-order/ Developers Stall Point Morate’s $ 400 Land Sale with New Suppression Order

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