InMexico’s Best Places to Live: Riva

In Cancún, Live by Suzanne Koch

Located just 20 minutes from the Cancun International Airport in the highly desirable community of Puerto Cancun, RIVA offers the best of both urban and coastal life. Direct access to the beach is a major draw here but its high level of construction quality is just as impressive. RIVA is set to become the first residential project in southeast Mexico to gain the LEED sustainability certification. This means lower maintenance costs, increase in asset value, energy and water conservation and more to keep the planet green and owners happy.

Situated within the gated neighborhood of La Laguna 1, the low-density building that makes up RIVA is home to 40 exclusive apartments spread across seven floors. Buyers can shop floor plans ranging in total size from 1,543 to 3,207 square feet in two-bedroom, two-and-one-half bath up to three-bedroom (plus maid’s room), two-and-one-half bath penthouse options. Outdoor spaces feature either a perimeter terrace or front- and rear-terraces with stunning views. RIVA amenities include a rooftop pool and Jacuzzi, a gym, kids’ playroom and access to La Laguna I’s private marina and recreational green areas.

As part of Puerto Cancun’s burgeoning community, RIVA owners will also have access to even more fun including an exclusive beach club with dining, multiple pools, an outdoor gym and volleyball court; a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course; Cancun’s largest marina with ability to accommodate yachts up to 130 feet and a dry dock able to store boats up to 35 feet; and access to water activities and a sports training center. RIVA is also just a few steps from Marina Town Center, Puerto Cancun’s newest shopping destination, home to more than 122 shops including movie theaters, boutiques, restaurants, entertainment and more.

Starting at $10,373,228 MXN (approximately $540,000 USD).

For the full list of InMexico’s Best Places to Live 2019 in Cancun, click here.

This article originally appeared in the 2019 Fall/Winter issue of InMexico Magazine.

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