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  • Isla Palenque’s in the New York Times!

    Isla Palenque

    Pick up a copy of the February 18, 2010 New York Times and turn to the Breaking Ground column by Nick Kaye in the Escapes section. You’ll find a little feature on The Resort at Isla Palenque. We’re really happy that the Times approached us for this feature. My thanks go out to Nick Kaye, not only for finding us and choosing us for his column, but for being so genuinely interested in a new company that is striving to make something unique and special that benefits both people and the planet. Thanks, Nick!

    A quote from the article:

    …the thickly forested island, which is home to howler monkeys, parrots and other exotic animals, is being developed with an eye toward environmental preservation. In all, nearly 100 hotel rooms and about 200 residences are planned to be built, but more than half of the island has been set aside as a nature preserve, and upon completion it is planned to have a density of less than one unit per acre.

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    Pick up a copy of the February 18, 2010 New York Times and turn to the Breaking Ground column by Nick Kaye in the Escapes section. You'll find a little feature on The Resort at Isla Palenque. We're really happy that the Times approached us for this feature. My thanks go out to Nick Kaye, not only for finding us and choosing us for his column, but for being so genuinely interested in a new company that is striving to make something unique and special that benefits both people and the planet. Thanks, Nick!
    
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