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Architecture and Urbanism
8 September, 2010

Construction Progress

It occurs to me that I have been negligent in not posting construction progress photos here frequently enough. Construction has been going exceptionally well - on time and on budget. Our team is performing very well and we are very proud of them! I embarrassingly returned from my recent trip with no construction photos…
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Neighbors
2 September, 2010

New Flight from Denver to Liberia

From today's Tico Times: Beginning in February 2011, Frontier Airlines will begin offering a new route from Denver, Colorado, to Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia, capital of the northwest Costa Rican province of Guanacaste. Frontier has offered direct flights between Denver and Juan Santamarí International Airport outside San José since 2007. (more…)
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Architecture and Urbanism
1 September, 2010

Playa Danta Beachfront Park

Early work on Playa Danta beachfront park. We have begun working on the beachfront park at Playa Danta.   This is a public area, located between our seaside promenade street - Paseo del Mar - and the beach itself.   In general the plan is to create a series of sandy-floored outdoor rooms connected…
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Naturally Speaking
27 August, 2010

Videos: Grey Foxes at Las Catalinas

Earlier this week, Luis Diego Calzada captured some video of two of Las Catalinas' Grey Foxes. We're sharing this land with some beautiful and amazing  wildlife! (more…)
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Life in Town
27 August, 2010

Las Catalinas’ Special Guanacaste Visitor’s Guide

August 26, 2010 - A work in progress...   Introduction I'm writing this idiosyncratic guide for friends who are planning to visit the Guanacaste area of Costa Rica near Las Catalinas.   Once we have the first buildings finished at Las Catalinas and we are up and running my recommendations will be greatly simplified!…
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Life in TownNeighbors
25 August, 2010

School Time

We are extremely fortunate to have two exceptionally high quality private schools located very close to Las Catalinas. Just down the road in Flamingo is the La Paz Community School.   La Paz is only three years old - but it's success and growth so far is astounding!   The school is non-profit, targets…
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Architecture and UrbanismLife in Town
25 August, 2010

Videos: Sharing the vision of Las Catalinas

This spring, John Paget & Chris Elisara, of First and Main Media, produced the pilot episode for a series entitled American Makeover. The pilot focused on Atlanta (or Sprawlanta, as it was described), and  Glenwood Park in particular. I had a chance to connect with Chris and John at the CNU in Atlanta, and…
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The Trailblazer
23 August, 2010

Weekend Sailing off Las Catalinas

A group of prospective Las Catalinas owners and friends headed out Saturday for a sailing outing offshore of Las Catalinas on the Hibiscus catamaran.   It was a beautiful afternoon, with one of the biggest swells we have had around here in a long time.     I always enjoy introducing our guests to…
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Architecture and UrbanismNews
22 August, 2010

Notre Dame Architects in Las Catalinas

This past week we have had the pleasure of hosting a visit by the Notre Dame School of Architecture here in Las Catalinas. Sixteen fifth year architecture students, along with professors Douglas Duany and Samir Younes. These students will be working on Las Catalinas projects for the entire coming term (through Christmas). The students…
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Neighbors
28 July, 2010

Las Catalinas Event in Aspen Tonight

We will be hosting a small party/presentation for Las Catalinas tonight in Aspen, Colorado.   Party starts at 5:30, and presentation at 6:15.   Send us an email at info@bloglascatalinas.devdoubledigit.com if you might like to join us, and we'll send you a proper invitation!
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