Costa Dorada is a 325-acre Master Planned Project that will be carefully built out over many years and should be viewed as a “community of communities”, an overall Costa Dorada master plan featuring smaller, boutique developments within the Project that will be introduced thoughtfully and somewhat organically over time.
These stunning homes boost ocean & white water views from all angles. Ranch-style homes, vaulted ceilings, bio-tile pool with therapy jets. Mini-split A/C units throughout the home and high-end concrete, tile & wood finishes. The home also has the latest in lighting, security and high-end fixtures throughout. Automated landscape watering system to make sure your outdoor areas stay green in the dry season. Its building and construction practices are strictly measured to be protective of the surrounding lush valleys, creeks, and unspoiled beaches.
Las Colinas is the first of seven planned areas and has been designed to be the flagship subdivision of Costa Dorada. Nestled on 74 acres, it has the closest proximity to the beach and the future Costa Dorada Village. It will be visible from both highway 160 as well as the roads leading to the future planning areas within Costa Dorada.
Las Colinas will ultimately be home to 270 custom single-family residences and features three recreation centers, nine parks and over ten acres of green zones. All utilities will be underground with streets over 12 meters wide plus walking paths and sidewalks, making Las Colinas a safe, accessible and beautiful place to spend your time.
The homes in Las Colinas will be brought out in three phases. Residents can choose to purchase a completed home or build out their dream home following the architectural guidelines created to ensure that Las Colinas maintains its beauty, design and functionality. Design, architecture and construction services can be attained through Costa Dorada.
The Marbella Group has assembled an exceptional team whose collective experience in the fields of planning, sustainable building, hospitality, ecotourism, alternative energy, wellness and health, and environmental education will guide the formal planning process and development of the Project.
Costa Dorada will be carefully built -out over many years and should be viewed as a “community of communities”, an overall Costa Dorada master plan featuring smaller, boutique developments within the Project that will be introduced thoughtfully and somewhat organically over time.
The Project is being planned and will be developed using a “best practices ” approach that will engage leading practitioners and consultants in all the key development fields.
It will build upon the creative and forward-thinking applications from award-winning projects in Central and North America that employ the use of sustainable practices.
Equally important to the quality of the built environment will be the economic and social considerations for the town of Marbella and the Guanacaste region. Local employment opportunities created by Costa Dorada will have a profound impact on the economic well-being of the townspeople and the region by providing job training and financial support for local entrepreneurs, as well as support for indigenous cultural activities including music, dance and art.
Additionally, international property buyers often settle in smaller towns and villages such as Marbella and contribute heavily in terms of financing and personal involvement with the needs of the community.
The commercial component of Costa Dorada will be a public walking village. In summary, by employing a holistic approach to its design and development, Costa Dorada has the potential to become an iconic Project, recognized for its sustainability and financial success.