Developers of the city-approved 4,400-home Holly-Seacliff project will give the city another piece of land Monday that will be used for the Bolsa Chica Linear Regional Park.
Pacific Coast Homes and Urban West Communities, joint developers of the Holly-Seacliff project, agreed in 1990 to give a total of 41.3 acres of land to the city for use as part of the 106-acre county park. The 6.7 acres, to be officially transferred to the city during the City Council meeting, will be the third piece of land given in phases by the developers in exchange for permission to develop the 600-acre residential project.
The linear park, named because of its long, thin shape, will link the city's Central Park to the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Plans for the park include walking trails, bicycle paths and picnic areas overlooking the Bolsa Chica wetlands.