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Club Portofino

Naguabo, Puerto Rico

This quaint beach town on the east coast spans approximately 52 square miles — between the sugar sand of the Caribbean Sea to the majestic mountains of Luquillo. Six rivers, waterfalls, and pristine natural pools guarantee valuable resources and enchanting beauty. Naguabo offers close proximity to El Yunque, a 28,000-acre subtropical rainforest.

DETAILS
GREEN AND NATURAL

47.33 Cuerdas

STRUCTURES

15.90 Cuerdas

STREET AND FOOTPATH

13.16 Cuerdas

PARKING, SERVICE AND RECREATION

4.29 Cuerdas

Additional Information

The town’s iconic promenade, Malecón de La Playa Hucares, was the set location for “The Rum Diary” and is steps away from the charming bay. Just south across the bridge, Playa Tropical is named one of the best beaches in Puerto Rico.

– The construction and operation parameters are consistent with the design and construction criteria of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
– Nature oriented concept
– The multi-story structures of the condo hotel will be directly accessible from the entrance to Club Portofino
– The villas will be set on high grounds, clear of ocean frontage streams and wet areas

Why Naguabo?

– Located in the Santiago and Lima neighborhood of the Naguabo municipality
– The concept is carefully designed with the surrounding nature in mind
– Touristic-residential project consists of a total of 577 units divided as follows:
- 290 hospitality units
- 287 residential units (villas and duplex units available) with garage
– 50 rooms boutique type hotel & 120 apartment condo hotel
– Condo hotel apartments can be converted to twin independent units resulting in 240 apartments
– Extensive and well-manicured green areas along structural complex

Club Portofino Amenities
Recreational facilities for residents and tourists include:
– Three swimming pools
– Tennis, Basketball and Volleyball courts
– Holiday Club pavilion
– Gazebos to observe wildlife
– Gardens with native vegetation

The town's iconic promenade, Malecón de La Playa Hucares, was the set location for "The Rum Diary" and is steps away from the charming bay. Just south across the bridge, Playa Tropical is named one of the best beaches in Puerto Rico.

- - Oceanfront International Group

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