Foreigners seeking green cards invested $500,000 apiece to help build the Pasea Hotel. The Huntington Beach project is considered in a high-unemployment zone.
The Pasea Hotel, rising just “steps from the Huntington Beach pier,” offers the ultimate in luxury.
Restaurants, bars and suites feature ocean views. Guests paying more than $300 a night can relax in a Balinese-inspired spa. Surf instructors are waiting “at the touch of a button.”
The hotel, under construction at the new Pacific City mall, sits in one of the swankiest spots on the coast.
On paper, however, it’s part of a high-unemployment zone, worthy of special federal treatment originally reserved for rural and blighted areas that struggle to attract development dollars.
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