Gran Pacifica on the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua
Exceptional Quality of Life
Gran Pacifica is built on 3.5 miles of oceanfront real estate on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. Less than an hour from the city of Managua and the international airport, the warm, semi-arid coastal climate creates a Southern California feel, providing the perfect environment for year-round golf.
The Gran Pacifica development combines the Spanish Colonial Architectural style of the 400-year-old Nicaraguan cities of Leon and Granada with modern amenities and traditional design concepts such as narrow, pedestrian-friendly streets with sidewalks to ensure an exceptional quality of life for residents. Lot and home packages start at $123,000.
From Green Field to Living Community
Gran Pacifica Resort is currently the largest property of ECI Development covering 2,500 acres and including an investment of over $20 million in land, architectural designs, permits, civil engineering work, golf course and infrastructure.
The first phase of infrastructure is complete. We have improved road access to the property including a bridge, built power generators and underground utilities (electric, water, sewer, storm drain system, fiber optic telecommunications) and pedestrian access, including a 2 kilometer boulevard from the bridge to the residential area, cobblestone streets and old Chicago style brick sidewalks, as well as building an 18 hole golf course by Tom Haugen and a rich plant nursery with many local varieties of plants.
About 50 homes and condos are complete and many more are under construction. A beach club, bar and restaurant are now serving residents and guests.
A surfer's Paradise
With two world-class breaks, Gran Pacifica attracts the world's best surfers. In 2010 Surfing Magazine wrote that the "beach break offers an alternative for anyone not quite ready for the profession class break right out in front. If surfing is what is bringing you to Nicaragua, then Gran Pacifica is right for you."
A Golfer's Paradise
An 18-hole golf course is under construction with the first 9 holes open for play right now. Under the direction of Tommy Haugen, rolling rangeland by the sea was transformed into a spectacular golf course, with 4 holes out of the first 9 playing to, along, or from the ocean. His skill for using the natural beauty of the property and harmonizing it with the need for a challenging course are demonstrated in the course opening. The views and direct ocean play at Gran Pacifica’s golf course are unparalleled in Nicaragua, rivaling the best courses in the region for challenge and beauty.
Visit http://www.granpacifica.com/ to find out more about what ECI has to offer.