The High Point Project is located approximately 1 hour west of Panama City, approximately 15 minutes south of the Altos de Maria complex and approximately 20 minutes north of some of Panama’s finest beaches and resorts.
The main attributes of the High Point Project are its strategical location, its beauty, views of mountains, ocean views and its river front access. Given these advantages coupled with its competitive cost makes High Point extremely viable.
High Point is 220 acres (90 hectares) of prime Pacific Ocean view, rolling hills and Rio Chame river front.
Near the river, High Point is almost 100% buildable. With 250 yards of riverfront there are approximately 100 acres that will incorporate a River-Valley that will house the primary social area centrally located and a secondary social area (barbeque/ pavilion) that will run along the Chame River. This portion has a road 200 yards from the highway that makes the entire area accessible by car.
The rest of the High Point project has wonderful views with a constant cool breeze and is approximately 70% buildable. The most spectacular of which is the ‘High Point’ which should serve as the third social area (deck/ lounge). An analogy of this portion is a brimmed- hat mountain peak. The highest point is similar to the top of the hat while a wrap-around ‘brim’ plateau makes for a perfectly buildable portion of the project with breath-taking ocean views with the Coronado Resort, DeCameron Resort, Gorgona complex and Tabogo Island in the panorama. The backside of the wrap around plateau offers views of the highest portions of Altos del Maria. The ‘hat’ or ‘crown’ of the project is approximately 35 acres. Moving toward the bulk of the project there are great ocean views throughout three portions. Along the same road there are approximately 35 additional acres of ocean view. Along a parallel ridge there are approximately 15 acres of Ocean View and at the Northern border near a small rock quarry there is an additional 10 acres that will support towers with excellent access, foundation and ocean views. The rock quarry on this northern border will serve to significantly reduce costs for road infrastructure. Along this border is also a second access road that has electricity running across a good portion of the property. This access road has wonderful views of the entire valley and surrounding mountains.
The higher portions of High Point have delicious natural water sources (natural pristine springs that come straight out of the earth). The altitude lends feasibility to ease of pumping (natural pressure) and quality.