Wedding planners have been scrambling to come up with plans for Paca, a $5.9 billion mega-mansion on the California coast, which will open in 2019.
The $1.4 billion Paca was originally supposed to be completed in 2021, but a construction shutdown in 2016 left many questions unanswered, including how many apartments would be built.
While the plan has evolved, the final plans are still under wraps.
“The project has been evolving for over a year and a half now,” says Nicki Jones, Paca’s chief architect.
There’s been some major changes since last year, according to Jones.
It’s now unclear whether there will be a plaza or pavilion to house guests, as well as whether there’ll be a balcony, or whether the pavilion will be enclosed.
For now, the new design is still being refined, but Jones says she’s not ruling out a pavilion.
As of now, there’s no final plans on how the pavillion will look, but she says they’ll be “a lot more expansive” than the original designs.
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We’re going with a very large, multi-tiered, multilevel architecture.”
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