September 18, 2015
DJM Capital Partners is bringing a luxury spin to retail in Huntington Beach, with expansive coastal views.
An open-air, ocean-close complex is expected to come to fruition when DJM’s Pacific City mixed-use development starts opening stores in November. The retail portion of the development will total 191,000 square feet when completed, and cost $135 million. Other portions of the project include a 250-room Paséa Hotel & Spa, as well as 516 luxury apartments.
DJM’s Pacific City retail portion will total 60 shops and eateries. Most of the tenants opening in two months are restaurants, including Ways & Means Oyster House, Ola Mexican Cuisine, and gastropub Simmzy’s. Among the chains to open during the first phase are Equinox and H&M.
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