Real Estate Offerings in Esterillos Costa Rica
Real Estate Offerings in Esterillos Costa Rica
Cabo Caletas Master Plan
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Master Plan

The Vision

Master PlanCabo Caletas: Coastal living in Costa Rica. We are creating an experience that blends modern luxuries, comforts and conveniences within a completely natural and eco-sensitive setting. The natural beauty of the lush jungle, Rainforest Mountains, deep Blue Ocean and soft volcanic beaches will allow anyone to escape into a deep state of relaxation while the quality of our construction will give you peace of mind.

Our design team has created a 450 acre masterpiece bringing a higher level of luxury and comfort to Costa Rica. The Master Plan was designed specifically to embrace the natural beauty of the property and surrounding areas while providing a destination for people who want to experience an active coastal lifestyle.

Cabo Caletas features include:

Development Team

Managing Partners:

Aaron H. Dowd, Sr.

Aaron H. Dowd, Sr., has more than 30 years of experience in developing highly profitable mixed-use and residential real estate developments ranging in size from 300 acres to 14,000 acres. He has extensive experience with land acquisition, government approvals, design, construction, marketing and sales.

Awarded "Best Developer In Central Florida" both in the 1980's and 1990s, Dowd was developing communities with lifestyle appeal long before the live-work-play trend became mainstream. For example, he developed the national-award-winning MetroWest master planned community in Orlando, Florida, which features 1,805 acres of residential and commercial space built around a Robert Trent Jones golf course and clubhouse.

Dowd was responsible for the zoning and development of Hollister Ranch, a 14,000-acre community in Gaviota, Cal., which features eight miles of Pacific Ocean front and 100-acre home sites.

Dowd has experience with mixed-use communities, golf-course communities, single-family residential communities, office buildings, condos, apartments and shopping centers throughout the United States. He has served as an owner's representative for both residential and commercial construction projects, including the award-winning Orlando Science Center in Orlando, Fla.

He started his career managing investment opportunities for the insurance industry, specializing in real estate. Dowd is a graduate of the University of Tampa and received a bachelor of science degree in business administration.

Aaron H. Dowd, Jr.

Aaron H. Dowd, Jr., has more than ten years of experience in sales and marketing, project management and start-up operations. As managing partner for Clearpoint Consulting, Inc. he has built executive teams for mid-sized to large development and construction firms in the United States ranging from twenty million to one billion dollars.

Dowd started his career at RHI, Inc., a $2 billion publicly traded service company. He was recognized as the ninth-highest performer globally for the Fortune 500 Company. He was promoted to senior manager, a position in which he was consistently ranked in the top five performers globally and was acknowledged for developing and training a sales force that was ranked the top performing team internationally.

Dowd received a bachelor of science degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing and a minor in Spanish from Auburn University. He is fluent in Spanish, having lived in Spain and traveled extensively throughout Central America.

Principal Partners:

  • The owner of an award winning development and custom home builder from North Atlant and Lake Lanier.
  • A real estate investor in the Washington DC area having owned approximately 500 properties including office buildings in McLean, Alexandria and Falls Church, Virginia, a large equestrian center near the Washington Beltway and a portfolio of mortgage receivables.
  • The principal of one of the most successful architectural firms in San Jose, Costa Rica with and investment portfolio of various office and retail buildings in Costa Rica.