Investments changing the face of San Jose
Real estate developers are betting that they can transform the capital city into the newest center for investment in the nation.
Monday, June 16, 2008
The plan to give San Jose a new face and make it a new investment center has convinced construction companies and project developers alike to get on board.
There are plans to build a mini-city on the beach in Puntarenas, two mega projects and 6 other smaller works that represent $211 million in investments.
All in one place. In the west of the capital of Costa Rica "mini-cities" are being built which meet the needs of this new lifestyle trend.
Guatemalan real-estate developer Calidad Inmobiliaria is planning a major commercial project on Guatemala City's El Naranjo Boulevard, an increasingly busy commercial area.
The growth experienced in the area has led to the Unit of Reverted Properties to postpone the sale of lots in Amador and Sherman in order to update development plans anticipated in that area.
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