Thrilled to share that Las Catalinas was featured in The New York Times. The article, written by Nora Walsh, takes an in-depth look at Town’s development. It covers the initial vision for Las Catalinas, the way of life that has come to exist here, and the plans for the future.
There are many wonderful parts to the piece. One that sticks out in particular is quoted below:
“Las Catalinas is attractive to buyers because it’s a gateless town run like a five-star hotel, but it has a laid-back vibe,” said Bob Davey, a broker with Plantación Properties, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate. “It has all the nature, culture and amenities you’d find in comparable luxury developments in the Caribbean, Cabo and Hawaii for 50 percent to 75 percent less in price.”
However, while certainly nice, the price isn’t the only thing we have going for us! The essence of what makes Las Catalinas a special place to live or visit isn’t just the cost. Rather, it is in the peacefulness and tranquility to be found here.
On most days you’ll find children playing soccer in the streets, sunbathers lounging at the beach club and neighbors chatting over coffee in rocking chairs after hitting the trails together. “The ‘good life’ is not about material possessions but about human connections, good health and ecological sustainability…”
What We Are Building
Las Catalinas is indeed a special place! A place for children to experience freedom and fun; for mom and dad to relax and enjoy life. A place of good health, sustainability, and simple joys. We’re excited that The New York Times was able to capture that essence in their article.
We’re even more excited for you to come see and experience it for yourself!
If you’re interested, you can read the whole New York Times article by clicking here.