Costa Rica’s World’s Largest Penthouse Comes With A Private Helipad

. An all-glass condo tower planned for Costa Rica’s beachy Puntarenas, the Genesis Puntarenas project will feature the world’s biggest penthouse suite when completed in 2010. Development firm Caspi International is planning 14 stories, 40 units, six bi-level penthouses and 1 master penthouse for the $120 million complex.

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The real estate sector has been hard hit worldwide due to the global economic crisis. While this section might be the last to see recovery, Latin America makes an exception to this by being better insulated to weather the financial crisis than most powerful countries. An all-glass condo tower planned for Costa Rica’s beachy Puntarenas, the Genesis Puntarenas project will feature the world’s biggest penthouse suite when completed in 2010. Development firm Caspi International is planning 14 stories, 40 units, six bi-level penthouses and 1 master penthouse for the $120 million complex. The Genesis Puntarenas will feature a sprawling 68,459-square-foot, 10-bedroom masterpiece called “The Caspi Icon” with three stories of living space, a private helipad, swimming pool and tennis court. The luxury property will include 40 condominiums, 6 bi-level penthouses and 1 master penthouse. Located along the sandy beaches of Puntarenas, this condominium tower is distinguished by its unique, all-glass facades, which allow residents to enjoy the lush landscapes as an extension to their living space, virtually. The Genesis Puntarenas is expected to be completed by mid 2010 and will be located in the Pacific Coast city of Puntarenas, about a half-hour drive from the capital city of San Jose via the region’s new six-lane toll road. Units are priced from $473,000 to $3.3 million.So, for those who want to explore foreign real estate, Latin America offers some of the best opportunities. [Caspi via EarthTimes]

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