January 21, 2015
This just in on Oceanhomemag.com:
“The human spirit, it seems, knows no bounds. Only 17 days after Hurricane Odile – a Category 4 storm packing torrential rain and winds of up to 125 mph – slammed into the popular beachfront resort town of Cabo San Lucas on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula last September, the unshakable community was back in business.”
Hurricane Odile is a distant memory for Hacienda Beach Club & Residences and Cabo San Lucas
…”Cabo San Lucas is about a 40-minute drive from San Jose del Cabo International Airport – serviced by almost 30 direct flights from North American cities – and Hacienda’s full-service concierge can arrange transfers to and from the airport.”
“If you want to explore further afield, Todos Santos is a charming and unspoiled coastal fishing village and beach town, about 45 minutes north of Cabo San Lucas. The beautiful and intimate town has only a handful of hotels, restaurants and shops, but is quickly becoming a go-to destination for an affordable and relaxed cultural and artistic escape. Todos Santos will also soon be home to Tres Santos, a new village-style community that will embrace the historic town with upscale residences, a boutique beachfront hotel, an organic community garden, farm-to-table restaurant, and an international research and education center for Colorado State University. It is being built by Mexico-based MIRA Companies, an affiliate of the Denver-based Black Creek Group. The first set of residences will be ready by fall 2015, and the entire community is expected to be fully complete and operational by fall 2016.”
Read the full article from Ocean Home Magazine here.