Three important players have come together to undertake one of the largest private development projects in Mexico. Puerto Los Cabos is a mixed-use 2,000-acre development project worth $1.2 billion that is being built on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula along the shoreline of the Sea of Cortez. The large prestigious project is a joint venture in which some of the biggest players in their field are collaborating. Ritz-Carlton, Trinity Investments, and Grupo Questro are partners in this ambitious venture. Grupo Questro is executing this project that includes the Ritz-Carlton Reserve and the Villas San Mateo.
The Villas San Mateo has been planned as the exclusive luxurious enclave with only 14 single-family residences. These will be relatively compact units with 2,100 square feet of living space that include three-bedrooms and three-plus bathrooms, master-suite spas and other luxury amenities. The development will see two signature championship golf courses designed by Greg Norman and Jack Nicklaus and the residents will get access to them and to the largest private marina in Mexico. The Greg Norman course is being developed as a private course for the Ritz-Carlton Reserve, where as the Jack Nicklaus course will be open to the public.
Puerto Los Cabos, the 2,000-acre master development will include three communities, Fundadores, El Altillo, and La Noria. The prices for residences in these communities will range from $850,000 up to $5 million. The development is coming up along 800 feet of oceanfront property along Mexico’s Baja Peninsula in San Jose del Cabo. The Ritz Carlton Reserve will feature 124 single-story oceanfront villas that will look out onto the Sea of Cortez. The villas will be in different sizes and will feature amenities like private infinity plunge pools, outdoor terraces with fireplaces, and outdoor showers. The development will also have a Desert Botanical Theme Park, a Fisherman’s Wharf, and a 500-slip marina.