Built in 2009 by Galio, this condo sits at the intersection of a busy street and the famed “Bambo” bridge.
Leona, a Dominican Republic native, has lived in this building since 2007.
A couple of months ago, we asked Leona if she was going to do something with the building.
She laughed and said yes.
She had the opportunity to build the home in a week and a half, she said.
It’s a dream come true for Leona and her boyfriend, Javier Pérez.
They live in a three-bedroom apartment and have the opportunity, the opportunity for a place of their own, she told ESPN Criols reporter Jodi Mendoza.
Leons mother is a teacher, and she has been able to raise her son with this opportunity.
Leona said she’s not worried about the money.
She wants to make the most of it, and that’s what she’s doing.
She hopes the project can be a symbol of hope and support for people like her.
“The way we live, the way we raise our children is what makes us happy,” Leona said.
“I don’t know if I’m going to be able to pay my rent but I’m not going to live in fear.”
Leona has her eyes set on getting her own apartment.
She said she wants to buy the building, but the family still needs to raise the money to build a new one.
The building will be built with recycled materials.
There will be a parking lot, she added.
There will be an outdoor deck with water.
And there will be outdoor dining.
Leora said she plans to have it open to the public in June.
She and her family are planning a party and she hopes to host it on a Saturday night.
The apartment is located on a small lot in a city that has struggled with poverty, unemployment and homelessness.
The building is located just down the street from the main shopping district and nearby to the beach.
“It’s so beautiful,” Leora added.
“There are so many places to go and be outside.
This is a big, beautiful building.”
Leona’s apartment is the latest in a series of developments to bring luxury housing to the Dominican republic.
In May, a $600 million project called the Pernamontas Development Center was completed in the city of San Juan de Mire, the capital of the Dominican Democratic Republic.
The complex is home to luxury condos and apartments.
And last week, construction on a $400 million luxury apartment complex in the capital city of Santo Domingo was completed.
The Pernamus Development Center, which is designed by architects Pritzker and Jones Associates, is designed to house up to 10,000 people.
As the population of the United States continues to grow, more people are looking to find affordable housing in the country.