Anaheim's never been the place for a world-class resort, either. If Disney wanted to turn Anaheim into a highfalutin' resort for the rich, they should have done it before Walt died. That didn't happen, because Disneyland wasn't designed for rich people, it was designed for everyone, including the very people you're disparaging.
If Disney is interested in catering to the wealthy, they might want to invest in some properties down in Newport Beach, Balboa, or other parts of South Orange County. Anaheim and other parts of North and Central Orange County have been blue collar since before Disney showed up. Trying to change the dynamic of North Orange County isn't something that's going to happen overnight, nor is it going to happen without a fight.
By the way, anyone who spends $600,000 on a condominium is a complete fool.