Playa de La Paz Phase 1 is comprised of 24 Residences within a private compound directly facing the Sea of Cortez. Each is a distinct and exquisite architectural gem, and the entire development offers the finest amenities and advanced technologies.
Relationship to the Sea of Cortez
With the project constructed within 300 feet of the ocean, each residence has direct views and access to the Sea of Cortez for those who wish to swim in its warm calm waters. Playa de La Paz is constructed on the beach previously included in the Mansion of the Governor of Baja California Sur, and within the security of the Bay of La Paz.
Playa de La Paz is anticipated to cost in excess of $100 million. At present, Phase 1 is completed and ready for occupation. It includes estate-style residences ranging from 3,000 square feet to almost 8,000 square feet, for a four-bedroom penthouse. Prices start at around $1 Million.
The Developer & Design Team
Playa de La Paz is the life’s work of visionary developer and builder Jeffrey Curtiss. Designed by Guadalajara based architect Gerardo Ulate under the supervision of Curtiss, Playa was ALSO created with the support of Canadian architect and interior designer Alex Chapman.
164-foot infinity pool.
Professional tennis courts.
State-of-the-art health club
Water desalination plant producing 100,000 liters per day of pure drinking water and three reservoirs holding 100,000 liters each.
Architecture & Materials
Cantera stone quarried in Mexico.
Azul blue granite from Brazil.
Calacatta marble from Italy, and many other marbles and granites from around the globe,
All cabinetry made by local craftsmen and built-in to kitchens and closets throughout each unique residence.
A wide assortment of imported woods include walnut, maple, oak, poplar and teak.
Date palms from the Canary Islands.
Large-scale, wrought-iron gates and steelwork by Guadalajara artists.
Playa de La Paz is currently offered through Sotheby’s International Realty.