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.
The proposal was strengthened by the recommendations included in the framework of the National Construction Congress, which took place June 4-6.
Builders say that there are several possibilities for development and they are confident that San Jose will look different in a few years.
Their views coincide with those of the Municipality of San Jose, which is putting together a re-urbanization plan for the city center.

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