Luxury Eco-Structure Developer Introduces Costa Rica to Canadians

Posted by Roman Bodnarchuk on Mon, Apr 25, 2011 @ 14:04 PM

"More than just great coffee and white sandy beaches, Costa Rica is attracting a new type of investor, but they’ll have to go by way of The Four Seasons first".

TORONTO (April 18th 2011) – Together with multinational real estate communications agency N5R, luxury developers Hacienda Matapalo (Costa Rica) are celebrating their Canadian launch at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Toronto on May 15th.

The launch event takes place at The Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Toronto on Sunday May the 15th, from 1pm to 3pm, and will include a diverse panel of industry leaders discussing industry news, design, and overseas investment trends. Those interested are invited to RSVP with N5R at or 647.348.8690.

The developers have enjoyed proven success in American markets with attracting eco-conscious investors who are seeking a departure from over-stylized landscapes and are in search of a community that reflects its natural surroundings. Detached villas are situated on a private 125 acre nature reserve with both coastal frontage and a protected mountainous area that reaches an altitude of nearly 2,000 feet above sea level.

“What’s different about this development,” said CEO David Matluck, “is that Costa Rica is a region widely reputed as being highly protective of its vast natural resources, and we’re not interfering with that. There’s a reason why 25,000 Canadians already call Costa Rica home.”

About Hacienda Matapalo

The Gated Community of Hacienda Matapalo includes a Beach Club, Equestrian Center, and Resort Clubhouse and is strategically positioned near “identified sites of development” which means residents will enjoy the convenience of sophisticated infrastructure and an international hospital without the frustration of being in a bustling urban centre. For more information, please visit

Topics: costa rica, free seminar, Hacienda Matapalo, real estate, n5r, Canada, home


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