Loreto Bay Construction in Action

While in DC this past week, I had the opportunity to drool over the photos from that New York Times article that Clint referenced in the last blog entry. Funny how sometimes Clint and I communicate through our blog.

This week, thanks to our Loreto Bay neighbors Karen and Terry, we received some great photos of Agua Viva from their last trip out to Loreto and I was fortunate to get permission from them to share with all of you. You can see the new parts of the golf course, Agua Viva homes, and estuaries/canals.

So here they are; I need not say more as these photos are proof that not only is marketing in action, but so is construction!

P.S. Love to see your photos from your trips and if you are ok with sharing, we’ll even post them up or put a link to your online photos.

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  • Judy Delucchi

    <p>What happened to the &quot;soft sided&quot; canals and estuaries? I see walls going in to contain the water. This wasn't in the original plan. It was supposed to be mangroves.</p>

  • Judy Delucchi

    What happened to the “soft sided” canals and estuaries? I see walls going in to contain the water. This wasn’t in the original plan. It was supposed to be mangroves.

  • Judy Delucchi

    What happened to the “soft sided” canals and estuaries? I see walls going in to contain the water. This wasn’t in the original plan. It was supposed to be mangroves.

  • Loni Kao Stark

    <p>Hi Judy, Somehow I missed this comment, so sorry for the late reply. </p> <p>Some of the estuaries will be &quot;soft sided&quot; with mangroves and others will have stone walls. Most of the estuaries on the west side of Agua Viva will be &quot;soft sided&quot;, whereas the estuaries we tend to profile are on the east side where our AV25 lot is. </p> <p>Thanks for the note, we will cover the west side of Agua Viva next time we are down.</p> <p>Loni</p>

  • Loni Kao Stark

    Hi Judy, Somehow I missed this comment, so sorry for the late reply.

    Some of the estuaries will be “soft sided” with mangroves and others will have stone walls. Most of the estuaries on the west side of Agua Viva will be “soft sided”, whereas the estuaries we tend to profile are on the east side where our AV25 lot is.

    Thanks for the note, we will cover the west side of Agua Viva next time we are down.

    Loni

  • Loni Kao Stark

    Hi Judy, Somehow I missed this comment, so sorry for the late reply.

    Some of the estuaries will be “soft sided” with mangroves and others will have stone walls. Most of the estuaries on the west side of Agua Viva will be “soft sided”, whereas the estuaries we tend to profile are on the east side where our AV25 lot is.

    Thanks for the note, we will cover the west side of Agua Viva next time we are down.

    Loni