Guatemala City Should Grow Upwards
There is no more space to build in the municipality of Guatemala, reason for which authorities are promoting "different density," i.e., taller buildings.
Monday, March 9, 2009
There are very few metropolitan areas where there is still room for growth. Green spaces are decreasing and the streets are becoming narrower. Many of the residential developments are already moving to the adjacent municipalities, especially in Santa Catarina Pinula.
Billed as a "private city", Paseo Cayalá is the first of several complete urban projects to be developed outside of the capital of Guatemala.
A residential complex is to be built in Santa Catarina Pinula which will consist of single-family homes and apartment towers, with a total area of 200 hectares.
Spectrum Real Estate presented its Alamedas de Santo Domingo project which will require a $ 26 million investment.
Plans have been drawn up to build in the center of San José, Costa Rica, a complex made up of three towers, each with 21 floors, and spaces for residential, commercial and office use.
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