Nicaragua: Restart of Hotel Project Announced

In light of a better investment climate, construction has resumed of the luxury oceanfront condominium project, after becoming stalled two years ago.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Milagro del Mar was designed to create an exclusive community within the Gran Pacífica, with 122 condominiums, 20 villas, swimming pools with waterfalls and a pool by the ocean, a gym, a restaurant and a convenience store.

But the financial crisis of 2008 took away all impetus for tourism investment, and construction stopped.

Now the developer Roger Keeling has announced that the project will be resumed: "In the coming weeks, we will make a full public statement about which brand of international hotel chain will represent our hotel, and what the project will show when it opens in the first quarter of 2014. Among several large hotel projects that have been announced for the Nicaraguan Pacific, we will be the first to market. "



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