Playa y Peñón de Tivives, at the end of Punta Loros, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Photo Panamorio.com
Playa y Peñón de Tivives, at the end of Punta Loros, Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Photo Panoramio.com

COSTA RICA NEWS — An environmental impact study has been presented for a development, estimated at US$400 million, which consists of 3 hotels, a golf course and 34 residential buildings on the Pacific coast, province of Puntarenas.

The company LAKE HILLE Y A S.A. has submitted to the Environmental Technical Secretariat of Costa Rica (Setena) an Environmental Impact Study to build a resort called “Punta Loros” in a beach touristic area of Tarcoles (north of Playa Jacó),  in the province of  Puntarenas.

The study was presented to Setena on October 15th and indicates that the project will involve the construction and operation of 34 residential buildings, seven single family lots, 3 hotels, an 18 hole golf course, and common areas and amenities.

In the study the cost of the project is estimated at $400 million.

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