The Unique Homes Magazine wrote about our announced of the Plaza Central in Las Catalinas and other exciting updates for the forthcoming season.
Referred to as one of the most important and beautiful new towns in the world by renowned Notre Dame School of Architecture Professor Douglas Duany, Las Catalinas welcomes the highly anticipated Plaza Central opening along with various other exciting news and developments for the fall.
Located steps from the beach in the heart of the Beach Town neighborhood with sweeping ocean views, Plaza Central is a four-story mixed-use building that will have shops ranging from a grocery market to clothing boutiques and furnishing stores on the first two levels and seven new signature Oceanview Residences available for sale and for rent on the upper levels. The new residences range from $475,000 (1 bedroom) to $1.25 million (3 bedroom), and each has at least one ocean view master suite bedroom. All are impeccably designed with multi-panel door systems secretly pocketed into the walls, allowing the main living spaces to open up completely, allowing for unobstructed views to the Pacific Ocean.
Read more here at the Unique Homes Magazine.
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