Grupo Eskala invests $35 million in Guatemala

Grupo Eskala has announced that it will build a new busincess center in the Mixco Zone in Guatemala.

Friday, July 4, 2008

The 35 million dollar facility, Eskala Roosevelt, will have 82,000 square meters with a double basement for parking and capacity for 1,500 vehicles, with three floors for local businesses to locate, and a Hiper Paíz supermarket.

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Guatemalan Investment in Colombia

December 2012

Spectrum has announced that they will build a shopping center in Colombia in 2013, which in its first phase will measure 32 thousand square meters.

The developer is part Guatemalan Pantaleon Group, and now aims to follow "the success of its three shopping centers located in Guatemala: Miraflores, located in Zone 11, Oakland Mall, Zone 10, and Portales, zone 17, and in Honduras: Cascadas Mall, which together attract over 32 million visitors a year. "

Guatemala: $13 million Investment in shopping center

April 2012

Trinity Real Estate Corporation has invested $13 million in a new shopping center at a point of convergence for producers in southern Mexico and western Guatemala.

Coatepeque, with 125 thousand inhabitants, is now a major shopping destination, in which producers converge in southern Mexico and western Guatemala. Therefore, Trinity Real Estate Corporation has invested $13 million (Q100 million) in a new mall.

Guatemala: Investment in Mall Expansion

October 2010

The real state division of Coban Group's announced the expansion of Mall Magdalena in Alta Verapaz.

The new phase was inaugurated on December 4 and will add parking area for 180 vehicles, more square meters of dining area and 1,700 square meters of retail space.

Prensalibre.com reports "Construction and operation will generate over 175 new direct jobs.

Guatemala: Eskala Roosevelt Mall Inaugurated

June 2009

The mall, consisting of 86,000 square meters and 115 spaces, will open its doors to the public today.

Located at kilometer marker 13.8 on the Roosevelt Calzada, the mall includes a supermarket, shops, a food court, and medical services.

Roxana Larios interviewed the director of the Eskala Group, José Geresa, for Siglo 21: “…Hiper Paiz occupies 14,000 square meters…the supermarket attracts a heavy flow of people, approximately 1 million people each month…There are four banks, clothing and shoe stores, and restaurants like Pollo Campero and McDonald’s. Fifteen hundred jobs were created in order to provide these services."

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