Jaco Beach. – A multi-million dollar stadium in Jaco may seem like a stretch for a division two soccer team in Jaco, but when Patrick Hundley, one of the most important developers of Jaco, is behind the idea it is usually more about the numbers. Why? .........
The stadium is not just to house the Jaco Rays Soccer Team, it will stage the Women’s World Cup Under-17 in 2014 and be one of the magnets to attract new buyers of condominiums and homes located around the complex.Hundley, of Daystar properties has plenty of real estate that will benefit from the new stadium.
Currently six finished real estate projects in Jaco include Diamante del Sol, Paloma Blanca, Bahia Azul, Bahia Encantada, The Palms, and several others on the books. The stadium will hold 6-7,000 people, a tremendous upgrade from the current facility in Jaco. Construction is set to begin in the next 3-4 months with completion in time for the Women’s World Cup in 2014.
For those who understand spanish here is a video report on the story
Video report of new stadium in Jaco
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