The luxury hotel brand St. Regis is bringing 74 homes to the community of Quivira in Cabo San Lucas on Mexico’s Baja Peninsula.
A Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course with views of the Pacific Ocean is at the heart of the community, and the new residences will be located between the course’s fifth and 18th holes. Owners will have access to the course and the Quivira Golf Club, as well as all of the amenities and services of the new 120-room St. Regis hotel. Those include the resort pool and lounge, a wellness center and spa, concierge services, a beach club and the resort’s bars and restaurants.
Residences will include three- and four- bedroom oceanfront condominiums, ranging in size from 3,326 to 3,893 square feet. Villas, also facing the water, will feature five bedrooms and between 6,845 and 7,276 square feet.
Developers Olarena Hospitality and Ernesto Coppel brought on San Francisco-based SB Architects for the project, the firm that also designed the St. Regis is Longboat Key, Florida. Hirsch Bedner Associates, also based in California, is behind the interior design. Sales are set to launch in January, and construction is expected to be complete in fall 2022. Prices start at $2.8 million for condominiums and $9 million for oceanfront villas.
Reproduced from an article on mansion global