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NP International Rebrands as Nolan Reynolds International, Expands Hospitality Footprint

Nolan Reynolds International, formerly NP International, has rebranded to start the New Year and a new era for the real estate investment, development, and hospitality operations company.

Coral Gables Chamber Of Commerce Unbuilt Projects Award

City Beautiful Awards

Paseo de la Riviera wins The Coral Gables Chamber’s City Beautiful Award for Unbuilt Projects.

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CNN feature video

Discover Casa Chameleon Hotels here as part of destination Costa Rica by CNN December 2017.

Sunset Costa Rica

The World’s Most Beautiful Hotel Pools

Nothing makes a vacation cooler more than a resort with a stunning pool. Whether you seek a refreshing reprieve from the intense summer sun, a tranquil place to lounge or a bass-thumping evening social scene, a beautiful hotel pool can do it all.

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Gables Station Tops Off, Will Include Shared Living With 400 Beds

Gables Station recently topped off, according to engineer Bliss & Nyitray. The 1.2 million square-foot mixed-use project will include 434 apartments, 66 extended-stay hotel rooms, 125,000 square feet of retail, and 1,000 parking spaces.

Npi Developers

On a Fast Track

Walk into the office of Brent Reynolds, the real estate developer transforming US1 in Coral Gables with two large mixed-used projects, and it’s hard to miss the artwork of motorcycle racers. There’s one photo in a blur of speed behind Reynolds’ desk, a shot from his trip to watch the famed Isle of Man motorcycle competition.

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Miami’s answer to the High Line breaks ground this week

That Gables segment also includes a quarter-mile piece to be built by Reynolds and his firm NRI. The Friends of the Underline board member is also developer of the Gables Station mixed-use project now under construction along Ponce de Leon Boulevard.

Las Catalinas Costa Rica

A Costa Rican Paradise, Made to Order for Travelers

Just off a protected beach on Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast, the year-old Casa Chameleon, an adults-only hotel, sits high on a ridge overlooking a small town. One morning last spring, while the honeymooners were still sleeping, I returned to my villa from snorkeling in the bay to find my “house mama” cutting fruit.