AT A GLANCE
Campeche offers exclusivity, breathtaking natural beauty and excellent weather. Residents can enjoy authentic Mexican culture and food, Mayan heritage sites and the white sandy beaches of Mexico’s great coastline. Campeche has many brightly colored buildings reflective of Caribbean tastes and, as a seaport town, Campeche has an abundance of fresh seafood.
Campeche Playa Golf, Marina and Spa Resort, a five-star complex being developed on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, will open Phase 1 of the development this fall. Campeche Playa will be a $600,000,000 761-acre luxury resort on the Gulf of Mexico. There will be 3,045 residential properties ranging from $320,000 to $920,000.
The development will feature luxury hotels with up to 250 rooms, a world-class marina for 150 yachts and power boats, an 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course and nearly two miles of white sandy beach. Other amenities will include a Town Center with retail shopping and international restaurants, Hawksbill Turtle Reserve and Museum, a medical center and a private heliport.
Campeche Playa will be a retirement, second-home and vacation destination for buyers who are considering more affordable luxury destinations in Mexico. This resort is completely surrounded by nature and located only 45 minutes from Campeche, a historic colonial city on the west coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
Campeche, founded in 1540, is an old commercial port. A huge wall still stands that once protected the city from pirate attacks in the 17th and 18th centuries. This city has eight towers, two stone forts, bold gates, the well-preserved Historic Center with 1,000 pastel-painted buildings and a cathedral. Because of these monuments and the well-preserved buildings in the Historic Center, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization declared Campeche a World Heritage Site in 2002.
For more information, call Mark Chruscinski at 312.513.8964, e-mail him at email@example.com or visit campecheplayaresort.com.
Location: Near Campeche on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula
Housing Type: Condominiums
Number of Units: 3,045 condominium residences
Percent Sold: More than 70% of Phase 1
Delivery Date: Phase 1 this Fall
Completion Date: End of 2010
Price Range: $320,000-$920,000
Referral Commission: 30%
Architect: Muñoz & Albin
Developer: Grupo Mall of Spain