Las Arenas

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Las Arenas, a 25-story residential tower, is scheduled to break ground in the first quarter of 2009. Residences include one-bedroom lofts, two-, three- and four-bedroom condominiums and penthouses. Each unit features eco-friendly technology, sound proof walls and controlled entry with an access card. Two large parking levels enable residents to have the option of three parking spaces per unit.

The project will also feature an infinity edge pool, Jacuzzi with hydromassage that seats up to 15 people, beach club and recreational section for children with daily supervision and a fully-equipped gym with a beach view. Additional amenities include a business center and meeting rooms, Wi-Fi throughout the building and a state-of-the-art commercial and retail area that will carry designer fashion brands, numerous restaurants from casual cafes to fine dining and a boutique spa.

Las Arenas was designed by Dominican architect, Jorge Mesa, and world-famous Spanish landscaper, Artur Bossy. The project has been designed giving more than 80 percent of the condominiums an ocean view.

The residences will be situation 15 minutes from the Americas International Airport (AILA) and 40 minutes from the city of Santo Domingo. AILA is 35 minutes by plane from the International Airport of Punta Cana and 45 minutes from the International Airport of Puerto Plata.

For more information, call Sharlyn Rodriguez of Las Arenas Tower, S.A. at 809.332.7362 or visit lasarenasjuandolio.com.

Location Juan Dolio Beach, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Housing Type High-rise residential condominium
Number of Units 216
Percent Sold 25 Units sold
Price Range     $210,000 – $2 million
Delivery Date December 2010
Architect Jorge Mesa, GAT Consulting Firm
Developer Group G&S


A perfect getaway any time of year, the weather in Santo Domingo rarely rises above 86 or dips below 70. The capitol of the Dominican Republic is separated from east to west by the Ozama River, which empties into the Caribbean Sea. Santo Domingo has many attractions that are known as the oldest in the “new world” such as the oldest street, cathedral and chapel in the new world. If you don’t feel like seeking out these treasures, then the city has plenty of beaches for lounging and enjoying the view.

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