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Puerta a la Vida
Puerta a la Vida was recently given a mention in one of Costa Rica's premiere magazines: Casa Galeria. Rumors have been circulating in the real estate circles for months now that a new development showcasing one of the world’s only residential architectural parks featuring today’s top designers, unique residences built above the treetops on elevated stilts, and a floating beach club anchored in the waters of the Gulf of Nicoya is coming to the Central Valley and Central Pacific coast. The developers of this unique community, are embarking on an awareness campaign to let the public know that a new type of real estate offering is available... Years in the making and now set to break ground, the two projects promise to literally raise the bar on residential lifestyle to new heights! Learn more at: PuertaVida.com
Mayor Alvaro Jimenez of Miramar, Costa Rica discussing the positive impact of Puerta a la Vida on the local community
Gabriella Sagot of the tourism board of the Montes de Oro is looking forward to having Puerta a la Vida in the community. This sustainable development will not only help the local labor force but become a platform for local artists to create and exhibit their work!
Over the last year we have been forming a prestigious collective of architects and artist for the architectural park and artistic grounds. Architect's Row features unique residential designs from this select collective. We are proud to announce that we have amassed an impressive group of some of Costa Rica’s best talent that includes: Rolando Barahona, Luis Diego Barahona, Andrés Brenes, Victor Cañas, Fausto Calderón, Franco Casalvolone, Andrés Castro, Daniel Cisneros, Felo Garcia, Guillermo Garita, Jacqueline Gillette, Aimee Joaristi & Enrique Barascout, Adrian Jiron, Katia Martén, Rene Navarro, Oscar Pamio, Luis Diego Quiros, Jaime Rouillon, Juan Robles, Javier Salinas and many other internationally renowned architects and artists. Click here to learn more about Costa Rica's first Architecture Park
Volcano Irazu with the brilliant (and loco) photographer Giles Ashford. He's the one responsible for these stunning images as well as getting us permanently banned from the Volcano for trespassing. Who knew that they didn't allow people to walk out onto the rim?
Eleanor got kicked out too, but at least she got to see 11,000 ft and her first Volcano!
The main crater of volcano Poas was smoking, Poas isn't really a smoker, but then again neither am I!
The climb up Volcano Turialba (I took Eleanor!)
Staring into the abyss...
Trespassing on Turialba... No room for error haha!