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Museum House Gets ‘Thumbs Up’ from Newport Beach

Irvine, CA-based Related California’s 25-story, 100-unit Museum House luxury condo project received Newport Beach, CA City Council approval. The development would be one of the tallest in Orange County, and replaces the Orange County Museum of Art, which is relocating to Costa Mesa.

The 295-foot-tall structure is set on a two-acre site at 850 San Clemente Dr. Plans include 54 two-bedroom, three-bath units and 46 three-bedroom, four-bath units. Among the amenities are an Olympic-sized swimming pool, pet spa, dog run, garden terrace, gym, meeting room, lounge and 24-hour valet parking with 288 parking spaces. Units are expected to be priced in the $2 to $4-million range.

Museum House previously received blessings from both the city’s Planning Commission and the Airport Land Use Commission.

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