Exclusive Enclave on the Caribbean Sea
Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba prepares to welcome owners to one of Mexico’s most exclusive resort communities.
A short drive from Cancun International Airport and near the famous beach town of Playa del Carmen, Mayakoba resort sits on nearly 600 acres of ecologically diverse land.
Located within the award-winning resort development is Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba, which upon completion will be the newest addition to Fairmont Hotels & Resorts private residence club.
Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba will feature 30 exclusive residences sold in 1/12 fractions that are available in three-bedroom units with spacious terraces totaling 3,875 square feet and four-bedroom units with private terrace and rooftop garden access totaling 6,544 square feet. All will have private plunge pools, large ensuite bathrooms, full kitchens, and open-concept dining and living areas.
Fairmont Heritage Place, Mayakoba offers owners luxury amenities, including access to airport transfers, valet parking, concierge services, daily housekeeping, 24-hour room service, preferred rates at Fairmont’s Willow Stream Spa, and an exclusive, well-appointed club ouse complete with an owners lounge, a bar, fitness and yoga facilities, a private pool, and teen and kids’ play areas. Owners gain access to world-class golf on Mayakoba’s 18-hole, Greg Norman-designed El Camaleón championship course. Dining and spa privileges are also included at all of Mayakoba’s three hotels—Fairmont, Rosewood, and Banyan Tree Mayakoba.
Fractional pricing starts at $169,000 for a three-bedroom unit. Four-bedroom homes start at $239,000 and are spread out over two levels with a roof terrace. Construction on the residences began in May 2013; they are available for purchase now.
Ian Schrager will make a triumphant return to Miami Beach in 2014 with luxe new residences.
Lifestyle impresario Ian Schrager is back in Miami Beach—for the first time since launching the Delano Hotel 17 years ago—with a new residential project. Just as the Delano reshaped Miami Beach’s landscape and had a profound cultural impact on the city, so will The Residences at The Miami Beach EDITION, scheduled to open in early 2014. Designed by architect John Pawson, the 26 residences will occupy the top floors of the landmarked 1950s building that will become the Miami Beach EDITION hotel, as well as an adjacent newly constructed 18-story tower. The Residences will have their own private entrance and an anonymous “celebrity” entrance. Outdoor spaces will feature private lap pools and plunge pools, kitchens, dining areas, fireplaces, and pergolas. For a seamless transition, The Residences offers custom interiors—including linens, dishes, towels, and cookware—designed by John Pawson and the Ian Schrager Design Studio, all preselected and unpacked prior to arrival. Pricing starts at $3,000 per square foot.
The Residences at The Miami Beach EDITION
At Home in the Trees
Luxe living takes to the trees at Punta Sayulita on Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit.
Punta Sayulita, a new upscale, low-density community, has taken shape adjacent to the quaint surfside village of Sayulita in Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit. Located on a pristine 33-acre private peninsula approximately 30 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta, Punta Sayulita, when completed, will consist of 62 oceanfront and oceanview homes. The development recently released its first phases of luxurious tree houses for sale. Overlooking Sayulita Bay and the private Punta Sayulita Beach & Surf Club on the western coast, the 4,000-plus-square-foot tree houses will be built from tropical hardwoods, designed to reflect their natural surroundings. Starting at approximately $1.2 million, the tree houses include dual master bedroom suites, children’s bunkrooms, media rooms, and outdoor showers. All residents will have access to the private, full-service Beach & Surf Club. Additional amenities include a spa, fitness facility, outdoor yoga pavilions, and an infinity pool.