Punta Mita Announces $171m Four Seasons Residences Sell-Out

2nd November 2018 // By Lauren Hill

Dine, the real estate developers and owners of Punta Mita — the private 1,500-acre resort and real estate community on Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit — has announced the sell-out of its 54 Four Seasons private villas and 10 Four Seasons private residences, with sales amounting to over $171m.

The demand for these homes hasn’t come as a complete surprise; Located in a lush landscape overlooking the Marietas Islands and Pacific Ocean, these residences provide an idyllic lifestyle along with access to the amenities within the Four Seasons Resort. Residents can make the most of the resort’s pools and beach areas, as well as Apuane Spa, the Kids For All Seasons program and four award-winning restaurants.

“The success at Four Seasons Punta Mita Private Villas & Residences is bittersweet, as it marks the completion of Dine’s flagship residential project in Punta Mita,” says the managing director of Punta Mita Development, Andrés Rossetto. “It does reaffirm, however, our belief and commitment to offering spectacular luxury resort real estate products with the finest amenities, in intimate settings of unmatched beauty.”

The president of Residential at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Paul White, continues: “Four Seasons has the finest collection of luxury residential real estate in the world – and in many ways, Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita has been the pioneer, setting the standard for residential product design, quality, amenities and service.”

Four Seasons Resort Punta Mita and The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort both contribute to the Punta Mita community, which now includes 15 residential developments, three beach clubs and two Jack Nicklaus golf courses, as well as encompassing recreational trails and the environment for surfing, sailing, fishing and other water sports. All of this has been developed while maintaining the natural beauty of this peninsula.

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