First marketing efforts
The first known public mention of Edgewater Isle was in October 1983 in the San Francisco Examiner, "Fall Real Estate Review" section, page 57, excerpt shown here.
Edgewater Isle originally sold from approximately 1984 - 1987. The complex is divided into two residential homeowners associations, what is now known as Edgewater Isle North and Edgewater Isle South. Each of those original developments still maintains a separate homeowners association, coupled with the Master Association to which both North and South also belong.
Both North and South associations sued their builders for construction defects, which were each settled and some minor reconstruction work commenced within each association.
Associations sue each other
Not all was harmonious: by 2001, factions developed between associations, and these associations were suing each other.
Edgewater Isle North Association
This is the original sales brochure from Edgewater Isle from November 1984.
Edgewater Isle South Association
The original sales material provided by the developer of the Edgewater Isle South Association, initially known as "The Cove." Issued in approximately 1986.