Xeliter to offer apartments in Juan Dolio

Xeliter Serviced Residences recently incorporated three vacation real estate projects, thus expanding its range of tourist accommodations in the Dominican Republic by offering villas and apartments.

The new condos are Marbella, Costa del Sol I and II, both located on the beachfront community of Juan Dolio situated some 45 minutes east of the capital city of Santo Domingo. Xeliter, which manages and markets vacation condos and other properties, confirms its leadership position in this particular sector. In all, the company currently manages 1500 apartments and villas in Punta Cana, Juan Dolio and Samana.

The company’s real estate portfolio includes: lofts, beachfront apartments and villas, some on golf projects, luxury real estate and farms. For detailed information: www.xeliter.com.

Costa del Sol Condos

The Costa del Sol I and II condos feature 2/3 bedroom beachfront apartments.

Some are situated near world-class golf courses, such as the “Los Marlins” golf course in Metro Country Club and Guavaberry (in the beachfront community of Juan Dolio, some 45 minutes east of Santo Domingo). These apartments are the ideal destination for golf lovers and their families.

Marbella

The Marbella condos feature 400 apartments distributed in five beachfront buildings. Also available: restaurant, gymnasium and swimming pools. The 2/3 bedroom apartments are fully equipped with modern amenities.

Overall Properties


•Condominio Fundadores – Cap Cana
•Condominio Aquamarina I – Cap Cana
•Condominio Aquamarina II – Cap Cana
•Condominio Punta Palmera – Cap Cana
•Condominio Golden Bear Lodge -Cap Cana
•Condominio Sotogrande – Cap Cana
•Villas Coletón – Cap Cana

•Condominio Costa del Sol I – Juan Dolio
•Condominio Costa del Sol II – Juan Dolio
•Condominio Marbella – Juan Dolio
•Condominio Vista Mare- Samana
•Residencial Altamar Olas de Estillero – Samaná
•Condominio Vista del Cayo – Samaná

 

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