Harvey Champlin's In The News Projects

The Lakes at Xishan Island

The Lakes at Xishan Island

Harvey Champlin is currently advising a Chinese investment fund on the creation of a new luxury resort brand and management company in China. The first project to be developed by the fund is a 682 acre master planned destination resort community called The Lakes at Xishan Island. Harvey Champlin led the Chinese team in creating […]

Harvey Champlin Proposes Downtown Ventura Development

Harvey Champlin Proposes Downtown Ventura Development

For Harvey Champlin, when it comes to development, it is either go big or go home. While he is known internationally for the Los Sueños Marriott Resort and Marina in Costa Rica and the International Center for the Performing Arts in Moscow, his philosophy of going big isn’t really about physical structures, it’s about ideas. And he has a rather big one for Ventura…

Watermark Hotel & Residences

Watermark Hotel & Residences

The Watermark Hotel and Residences is an exciting new project in Downtown Ventura proposed by Harvey Champlin, restaurateur and developer Mark Hartley, and banker Michael McGuire…

Developer Looks Skyward

Developer Looks Skyward

Port Hueneme beach high-rise envisioned.

Harvey Champlin has downsized just about everything in his life and business over the past six years.

Condo buyers get 5-year sales price guarantee

Condo buyers get 5-year sales price guarantee

Buying a home is a gamble in any market. But a Ventura home builder is trying to protect sellers from future market risk by making a bet of its own — that the housing sector will recover.

Ventura facing strong economic future

Ventura facing strong economic future

Ventura facing strong economic future. UC Santa Barbara forecaster credits city slow-growth policy for stability.

Real estate developer and investor Harvey Champlin said he was “pleasantly surprised” by the Ventura economic forecast.

Ventura could have nonprofit housing boom

Ventura could have nonprofit housing boom

Ventura’s Housing Authority is about to go on a building binge.

At a time when for-profit housing builders are grappling with a tight credit market and unsold inventory, the not-for-profit Housing Authority is quietly capitalizing on the real estate collapse, scooping up foreclosed properties and capturing federal stimulus money dedicated to affordable housing.


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