Welcome to the future of sustainable Puerto Rican development
Over 500 acres in Humacao offer an outstanding opportunity to bring the dream of green living to fruition with approvals for more than 1000 residential units and infrastructure conveniently in place.
Every decision about materials, energy resources, and land use have been designed to create a community that will be able to withstand wind and water forces and to thrive for decades to come.
- This SHOVEL-READY project has approvals for 1,000 units.
- The first phase is fully entitled with all environmental approvals.
- The sponsor (land owner) is a well-established management partner – Housing Management Group (Est. 1966).
- Necessary infrastructure including water, lights, and sanitary are in place.
Introducing the VistaView community, perfectly located beside a pristine and protected national rainforest. This mountain-terrain utopia with ocean views runs adjacent to a major highway with an ideal system of access roads.
The development vision for Vista View is to build a prototype of a 21st century hurricane-hardened and energy-resilient Caribbean affordable housing community.
Regarded as “La Perla del Oriente,” or “The Pearl of the Orient,” Humacao is located along the southeast coast of Puerto Rico and is boarded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean.
This glimmering pearl offers an unprecedented array of adventure. An astronomy observatory, fascinating museums, unique boutiques, a world-class resort, and exotic wildlife reserves are just a few of the wonders that attract sophisticated tourists to this thriving Caribbean hotspot.
18.1551° N, 65.8204° W
The site is strategically located
Balearic Punta Santiago
(5 minutes away)
Palmas del Mar Resort
(15 minutes away)
Roosevelt Road Navy Base
(20 minutes away)
Hotel El Conquistador
(30 minutes away)
Metropolitan San Juan
(50 minutes away)
Vista View is located on the South-Eastern side of Puerto Rico in the Municipality of Humacao. Known as the Pearl of the Orient, Humacao is bordered by the municipalities of Naguabo to the north, Yabucoa to the south, and Las Piedras to the west. The Atlantic Ocean borders Humacao to the East.
Nearby, spectacular beaches stretch for miles to form a crescent-shaped cay with dramatic views of the mountainous rainforest. And off the shore of Humacao, Rhesus monkeys inhabit a 38-acre island that a limited number of humans are invited to explore.
With a harmonious blend of traditional culture, modern conveniences, balmy elements of paradise, and off-grid potential, Vista View carries the vision of tomorrow… today!
If you’d like to get more information, an NDA, digital brochure, offering memorandum, and proforma are available upon request.