New residential complexes are being made throughout Cancun to accommodate the foreign population planning on purchasing, or temporarily living, in Cancun.
The real estate projects are also a good sign for Cancun residents, as around 2,000 local jobs are being opened up in the process of forming new homes. New real estate development projects include the Woha Puerto Cancun.
Real estate projects include the forming of small but efficient local apartments that are built to fit the cities ‘‘Better, Live Better’’ motto. The apartments will be built sustainably and can be rented out as Airbnb to the vast tourist population consistently visiting the beautiful city of Cancun.
The apartments are being developed by people such as Dr. Eduardo Rincón Mejía, who has a lot of experience and knowledge on solar, wind, geothermal, marine, and hydraulic technologies concepts. These concepts will accommodate the pending apartments with more sustainable facilities that are energy-efficient.
The complex will be located on Avenue Bonampak and will be based on around 9,000 square meters of land. Being overall led by developer ARHEA-Property Development, the project entails the development of one residential 19-floor tower of apartments that offer renewable energy technologies for residents to use. The apartments will include features such as water reuse, waste separation, and technological innovation such as rainwater harvesting, use of cross-ventilation, and power generation.
The real estate sites will be located near many renowned tourist locations, including restaurants such as ‘‘Montemar’’ and bars such as Cantina La 20. Staying in the complexes, residents will have easy access to the city’s hotspots.
The process has enabled around 2000 jobs to be opened to local residents in Cancun, while tourists can anticipate the formation of more beautiful real estate properties.
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