Residential Tourism Resort Will Have Modern Ecological Agenda
The Aquarella Tower real estate project, situated in the Juan Dolio tourism community near the capital city of Santo Domingo, announced that it will introduce sound ecological policies that will favor the important coastal community.
The 107-room, 23-floor structure, is currently being built at a cost of US$15 million in the once sleepy fishing village, situated approximately one hour east of Santo Domingo and 30 minutes from the Las Americas International Airport.
The Eco-Friendly Condo, being developed by the “Interra Live Towers” company will produce its own electrity through the use of solar panels and will feature vertical gardens in the parking lots, low-energy consuming air conditioning units and a bicycle parking area.
The Aquarella Tower was designed by Venezuelan architect Francisco Feaugas and is being built by the Arena Gorda construction company, with experience in the development of major hotel and luxury housing projects in Casa de Campo, Puntacana and Cap Cana, all situated in the country’s easternmost region.
Source: Access DR
March 2, 2015
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