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54 O C E A N H O M E M A G . C O M | A p r i l + M a y 2 0 1 6 Outdoor Living R E A L E S TAT E THE DETAILS For more information, visit mayakobaresidences.com Casa Mangler is a three-story, three-bedroom residence with 4,627 square feet of living space, an open floor plan, large outdoor entertaining area and private infinity pool. e largest residence is Casa Paraiso, designed to open to the landscape and featuring a two-story living and dining room and ample space for entertaining. Prices of the residences range from $2.5 million to $5.5 million, and sources say more than a third of the homes are already sold. "By marrying brilliant design with exceptional services and comforts, the new residences represent a unique opportunity for buyers looking for a pied-à- terre in a highly coveted location," says Carlos Orozco, managing director of Mayakoba Residences. e Mexican Tourism Board recently announced that Riviera Maya is expected to welcome a record-breaking 4.5 million visitors this year. Despite its growing popularity, Mayakoba has retained its pristine beauty and natural and cultural riches thanks to a strict development and sustainability plan enacted by a team of onsite biologists. Known as the "Venice of the Yucatan" because of its six miles of lagoons, many of which can be navigated by boat, Mayakoba is set on 1,600 acres of tropical jungle, mangroves and white sand beaches. Mayakoba is also home to El Camaleon, a spectacular 18-hole, par 72 championship golf course designed by PGA legend Greg Norman. e course hosts the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, the only PGA Tour event in Latin America each November. Resort living Owners of the new homes at Mayakoba Residences will have access to all the luxe resort facilities, pool and spa, below, at Rosewood Mayakoba.