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Architecture and Urbanism
14 November, 2011

New Punta Penca Clickable Map

We have a cool new click-able map up on our Punta Penca Homesites page courtesy of Jim Hodgson.   Check it out.   We have several customers in conversation about these lots and are making a major push to have a critical mass of   them sold so that we can begin construction on…
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Life in Town
11 November, 2011

Video Beach Town Walkthrough

On the morning of November 4th I recorded an informal walk through Las Catalinas beach town.   Academy Award material it is not.   I apparently need to learn to stop panning around so rapidly.   But the scenery - that could win some awards! - Charles  
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Life in TownNaturally Speaking
7 November, 2011

A New Season, a Poem, and Pictures

The arrival of each new wet season or dry season is always a welcome event, and especially so this year as we had one of the wettest Octobers in many years.   Oh my is it beautiful at Las Catalinas right now.   The temperatures are perfect, everything is lush, the streams are flowing,…
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Life in TownNaturally Speaking
7 November, 2011

Las Catalinas Climate

Las Catalinas Climate Summary:   Las Catalinas has two very distinct seasons, a wet one and a dry one.   Both are quite wonderful.   The dry season begins in early to mid-November and runs until about the second week of May.   During this time it will barely rain at all.   Humidity…
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Life in TownThe Trailblazer
6 October, 2011

Las Catalinas: A Hot Ticket Item

Las Catalinas made a tremendous impression on a theater full of charitable Atlantans this week:   Actress Jane Fonda was hosting a premiere for her new movie, Peace, Love & Misunderstanding, as a benefit for the organization she champions, G-CAPP (Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention). Town founders Charles & Ginny Brewer donated their…
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Life in Town
4 October, 2011

Recent Newletter on Fun at Las Catalinas

I'm just remembering that I never posted our last newsletter here on the blog.   Here it is.   Also you can see its fully illustrated glory here. ------------------------------------- At home in Atlanta, I work out.   At home in Las Catalinas, I never think about working out. I'm too busy having fun! I…
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Architecture and Urbanism
3 October, 2011

Notre Dame Work, 2011

I'm just back from a trip to the Notre Dame School of Architecture to review the work of this year's crop of fifth-year students.   Once again, like last year, a group consisting of fifth-year students plus professors Samir Younes and Douglas Duany made a study trip to Las Catalinas in late August and…
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Architecture and Urbanism
16 September, 2011

A Compliment at TED

I attended TEDxAtlanta this week (for those of you who aren't familiar with TED, it's an international nonprofit devoted to "Ideas Worth Spreading" via lectures, and is becoming increasingly popular in the technology, entertainment and design worlds.   It's featured speakers ranging from business giants like Ray Anderson and Steve Jobs to artists like…
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Neighbors
30 August, 2011

Financial Times: Costa Rica es el mejor país para la inversión

El papel de color rosa entregado una gran noticia la semana pasada - Financial Times' FDI Intelligence unidad llamada Costa Rica el" mejor país del futuro para la Inversión extranjera Directa en América Central y el Caribe, 2011 -. 2012 "Costa Rica subió desde la segunda posición de ser clasificado como el país más…
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NeighborsNews
30 August, 2011

Financial Times: Costa Rica is Best Country for Investment

The pink paper delivered great news last week -- Financial Times' FDI Intelligence unit named Costa Rica the "Best Country of the Future for Foreign Direct Investment in Central America & the Caribbean, 2011 - 2012."     Costa Rica climbed from second position to be ranked as the most attractive country in the…
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