Chinese university campus, condos and resort hotel proposed in Lake Elsinore

A Lake Elsinore resident appeared before the city council Aug. 13, proposing to build a 40,000-square-foot university, resort hotel, townhomes, luxury condominiums and commercial center on 42 acres of lakefront property she owns.The proposal by landowner and developer Wendy Du showed a rendering of what the development would look like on the property that was once the site of the Naval and Military Academy at 15891 Grand Avenue built in 1924 that has been vacant since the 1970s. The property still has the original 30,000-square-foot athletic club and later military academy building, which she seeks to renovate as the student living quarters for the university students.Her spokesman, Phillip Jones, explained the university would be the American campus for China’s foremost, 60,000-
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