The Mira group has already announced the opening of the city’s largest shopping center. From May 11 will begin the gradual opening of the aforementioned plaza. It is located in Puerto Cancun, the most exclusive residential development in Cancun.
Marina Town Center, shopping center Puerto Cancun, has 45,000 meters of surface, which translates into more than 130 commercial premises that will be rented by the most prestigious brands nationally and internationally. There are already announced some Swatch, Bari Swimwear, Bizarro, H&M and some of the chain Inditex as Zara, Zara Home, Stradivarius, Bershka and Massimo Dutti.
The complex, which began construction in November 2014, did so with an initial investment of 1,800 million pesos. It generated around 5,000 direct and indirect jobs. With the permanent opening of the square is estimated to generate approximately 1,500 more jobs.
“There is a lot of activity both commercial and construction, which gives us great pride and is an excellent indicator of what is being generated in Cancun and what is generated in the following years”. Said Rodrigo Bretón, general director of Puerto Cancun.
In addition to the shopping center, the project has a residential development called Marina Condos & Canal Homes which consists of 116 units distributed in 20 levels. The range of apartments in the departments ranges from 1 to 3 and the average area will be 220 m2. They will have a privileged location and spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea and the city of Cancun. Likewise, the construction of a hotel next to the 180-square-kilometer square is planned. It will also house the largest marina in the state of Quintana Roo, with a capacity for 175 docking positions.
About Puerto Cancun
Puerto Cancun is currently the most successful real estate development in Cancun. It has an enviable location between the prestigious Hotel Zone and the urban center of the city.
It also has an area of 352 hectares, of which currently only 60% has been developed. To date, there are approximately 17 condominium projects, some of which are completed and inhabited and some are under construction. Therefore, its growth will continue to grow in the coming years. The director general of the project detailed that because it is a large project still expect several years of investment. And that it will take a decade to see the complex built in its entirety. According to Bretón, only the projects already confirmed represent an investment of over 2,300 million pesos.
“There have been many challenges that the Mexican Caribbean has had to face in the last few years, but for now there is an excellent economic, tourism and therefore real estate momentum, reflected in the investment and trust of the trading partners,” Remembered Breton.