Focus on Commercial Development in Guatemala

In Muxbal, between markers 10k and 13k from the old road to El Salvador, three new shopping centers will soon be opened.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 reports that " Grupo Pucom is building the ‘Vista a Muxbal’ complex at kilometer 9.5; Grupo Tir is developing Minuto Muxbal at kilometre 13, while MU Inmobiliaria (Mauricio Urruela) is constructing Shops at Muxbal at kilometer 13.5. '

The opportunity for commercial development in the area has been revealed by the market research of these companies, which coincided in indicating a growth in population of between 3.5 and 11% in the area.

"Hugo Fuentes, technical advisor for Grupo Pucom, said the business opportunity that arises from the fact that Santa Catarina Pinula has becomes a satellite town, and if people want to buy something and they will not have to move go to the city or go to Condado Concepción. "We have a market of about 15,000 people living near the Muxbal area. Studies show that the most favorable project was a mall. Other companies have also been given the same indicator of potential buyers, which is why there are 3 shopping centers in the area", said Fuentes."

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