I toured the grounds with Andrea Cooper, the resort's executive director of communications. She said the complex, when complete, will have a total of 1,000 units. Buyers are snatching up condos at a good clip; the resort sold 84 in 10 months. The Del Mar units I viewed were gorgeous, so it's no surprise the first collection of condos has already sold out. Prices for the condos in the second group, all on the beachfront, begin at $700,000, for a 2,000-square-foot unit. On the hillside, the new Riviera villas, at 6,000 square feet, command upward of $2.3 million. Many first-time visitors fall in love with Los Sueños and buy on the spot; I don't blame them.