Compiled by John O'Dell, Times staff writer

Seacliff Partners: Although the big guys don't mess around with their own in-house building units anymore, not all developers find the process more trouble than it's worth.

Seacliff Partners, the joint venture that owns and is developing the 569-acre Holly-Seacliff project on former oil land in Huntington Beach, will be master builder and general contractor during the decade or so it will take to build it all.

Plans call for about 4,000 homes and condos, ranging from 750 square feet to 4,200 square feet on lots of up to one-third of an acre.

Thomas Zanic, vice president of Urban West Communities, a Santa Monica development firm that is partner in the project with Chevron Land & Development Co.'s Pacific Coast Homes subsidiary, says all of the homes will be built by Urban West.

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