On April 26, luxury real estate buyers and investors, as well as community and business leaders from Southern California and Mexico, gathered at the J Bar atop Hotel Solamar in downtown San Diego for a night of music, live entertainment and Mexican revelry.
Flamethrowers, a mariachi band and exquisite cuisine provided guests with the sights, sounds and sensations of one of Baja's most desirable locations -- Baja Diamante.
The evening began with an intimate private dinner serving steak and lobster while 100 guests listened to key speakers including: the mayor of Mexicali; Steve Games, founder of Prudential California Realty; Mitch Creekmore, senior vice president of Stewart Title; Armando Ramos Sr. and Alejandro Betancourt, developers of Baja Diamante; and Armando Ramos Jr., vice president of Baja Diamante and architect of one of the projects, Crystal Beach Villas.
"I am extremely pleased with the outcome of the event," said Ramos Sr. "The tremendous support from the mayor of Mexicali, as well as the community and business leaders in Mexico City and Southern California, shows we are establishing a sought-after, one-of-a-kind development in San Felipe."
After dinner, approximately 300 guests enjoyed music and live entertainment while learning from the experts why homebuyers and investors are heading south of the border to purchase real estate and why the buzz is embracing Baja Diamante.
This bi-national event was a valuable opportunity for San Diego leaders to meet and get to know some of Mexico's most affluent and powerful decision-makers and leaders. Guests were also welcomed to view models of the development, while large visuals of San Felipe and the Baja Diamante projects were displayed throughout the event, as well as a running slideshow.
"The amount of interest generated from the event is substantial," said Ramos Jr., VP
and architect. "I think the excitement and curiosity about the development and San Felipe as a whole was contagious."
Real estate buyers and investors, as well as community and business leaders from Southern California and Mexico, gathered at the J Bar atop Hotel Solamar in downtown San Diego to celebrate the launch of Baja Diamante.