No, we're not on another trip, at least not one that required lots of travel. In fact, we drove only about 15 minutes to the nearby harbour (that would be 'harbor' for Scott ;-). We've gone there a number of times - it's a very nice place to go for a walk, they don't hassle us about having a dog, and photo ops abound. Another thing I like about the place is the architecture, which, along with the colours, reminds me of the Mediterranean.
While I don't know the history of this development, there's a large faded sign near the waterfront stating there are 19 lots for sale. Alas, it looks like only one was sold and developed before the bottom fell out of the market. And I've never seen more than 3 cars in the parking lot designed for 50+ cars beside the large ornate sales office.
Here are a couple of shots of one of the promenades leading to shops and cafes. We've not experienced any crowds here.
(both shots made with a 10-22mm lens at f14, ISO800 and shutter speeds of 1/100 and 1/640 seconds)