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Luxury Resort Planned in Costa Rica’s Central Pacific

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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.

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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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