In this Daily: The Arrival of Camino Flats
It’s an exciting day here in Las Catalinas. The first apartments of Camino Flats have arrived! Three flats have gone up on the second floor that bring a unique urban character to town. As the first real Main Street building in Las Catalinas, there were several new architectural considerations to account for. Jeff Dungan Architects drew inspiration from coastal cities like Barcelona and New Orleans for the design of the building.
Let’s Take a Look Inside:
Balconies and entrances are located on the second and third floors of the building, creating the feel of a close neighborhood. A towering, open plan allows natural sunlight to wash in. Not to mention the moonlight as well!
The interiors of each apartment were done by Laurel, who also drew from a coastal urban influence. The design includes upscale, stylish finishes complemented by open-air patios and expansive views of town, mountain, and sea.
Pictures above and below: 21 Camino Flats, with ocean views and an eclectic modern interior with a Latin American twist
Above: Indoor-outdoor patios, found in both 21 and 41 Camino Flats. Perfect for gazing out at the lush, elegant surroundings with your morning coffee or an evening nightcap. Or perhaps ideal for taking a mid-afternoon nap!
Above: Common room of 31 Camino Flats. Open plan with beautiful architecture and a modern motif that incorporates elements of old-world style.
Pictured Above: Kitchen/Dining for 41 Camino Flats. Just look at that overhead!
Pictured Below: Common Room, with two-wall view of Plaza Carlota and the Mountain
Each completed home brings a new perspective on town, and these Main Street apartments add an urban character while keeping the coastal beauty of the town in full view. A welcome addition to Las Catalinas, which will be available to rent through Las Catalinas Collection soon.