Panama: "Costa Verde" Urbanization Moves Forward

The project includes basic services, roads, areas for residences and commercial and recreational developments.

Friday, September 4, 2009

It is located in La Chorrera district and investment in infrastructure is estimated at $120 million.

To date, 20% of its total available area has been sold, said Ramón Arias, Project Director, who added that "this can't be seen as an urbanization, as it really is a city".

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Panama: Residential Development for $26 million

November 2015

Plans are underway to build a complex of middle income town houses in an 30 hectare area in the district of Chepo, Province of Panama.

In the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the "RESIDENCIAL QUINTAS DE TANARA" project, presented by Viviendas de Calidad, S.A. to the Ministry of Environment of Panama in August 2015, it is indicated that the plan is to build medium income single family houses.

“Inmobiliaria Spectrum” Invests $70 Million in Guatemala

March 2010

The real estate development company will invest in 5 housing projects and a shopping mall in Zone 18, Guatemala City.

The residential projects will be started on mid-2010, and will be located in the metropolitan area of Guatemala City. They will require between $25 and $30 million to be developed.

Guatemala: $7 Million Urbanization Project

August 2009

Catalejo Corporation will build an urbanization project with commercial, residential and industrial areas.

The project is known as "Condado de Santiago", and will expand 20 blocks in Coatepeque, Quetzaltenango.

Ricardo Estrada, project manager, detailed some aspects of the project to newspaper Prensa Libre: "... residential area of 42.000 square meters ... commercial area with 60 150 square meter stores ...".

Housing Project proposal by the Roble Group in El Salvador

October 2008

Development Poles. This is how the Roble Group describes the housing projects it is carrying out in El Salvador.

The Miramar and La Hacienda housing complexes, both located 20 kilometers from the road to the La Libertad port, have brought development to the area and some inhabitants from the surroundings have had the opportunity to obtain direct employment, said Ruth Hasbun, Marketing Manager at the Roble Group.

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