According to Waldo County Registry of Deeds, Point Lookout in Northport has been sold to Deep Creek Grazing Association Inc., a Montana corporation with an office in Camden.

The deed transfer was signed March 18 in Massachusetts.

Olympia Hotel Management announced March 21 it will assume management of Point Lookout. Deep Creek Grazing principals are David and Tami Hirschfeld, the Montana couple who planned to buy Point Lookout Resort and Conference Center and in April 2018 filed a complaint in Waldo County District Court claiming that the owner, Athena Point Lookout LLC, a subsidiary of athenahealth, reneged on a promise to sell.

The Hirschfelds, then of Choteau, Montana, through their attorney, Dana Strout of Rockport, alleged in court documents that they negotiated for months with Athena's agent before reaching an agreement early in April 2018 to buy the hilltop resort complex, according to Journal archives.

The couple, at the time, made an offer of $7 million, according to the complaint, and the parties signed a letter of intent April 5, 2018, for the sale of four properties, including the 387-acre Northport parcel that is home to the conference center and resort, along with two smaller lots on the water side of Route 1 in Northport and 4.3 acres in Lincolnville.

The same properties have been obtained by Deep Creek Grazing, according to court documents. No additional information about the sale price or court action has been released.

Point Lookout, which includes a 20,000-square-foot conference center, an 18,000-square-foot mountaintop executive retreat, 106 log cabins, hiking trails, athletic fields and courts, a farm, a bowling alley and a private beach, was built by MBNA starting in 1997. Athenahealth, through Athena Point Lookout, paid $7.7 million for the complex in 2011.