The office complex represents spills of more than 400 million pesos
Important investment projects that promote the economic recovery of Yucatán continue to be implemented, such as the Orión Business Hub, a modern complex of corporate offices that represents a spill of more than 400 million pesos, as well as the generation of more than 930 jobs during its construction and operation.
Accompanied by the Chairman of the Board and Partner of Ducht Inmobiliaria, Joaquín Armando Carrillo Campos, Vila Dosal cut the inaugural ribbon for this building in the north of the city, which offers the most comfortable and accessible commercial and corporate spaces in the entire southeast from the country.
At the event, the secretary of the board and Partner of Ducht Inmobiliaria, José Enrique González Prieto, thanked the support that the Vila Dosal government provides to anyone who wants to invest in Yucatán, which is complemented by the climate of security, the correct strategy in the fight against the Coronavirus, the legal certainty and the trust that we have in the current state administration.
Orion Business Hub is located in Periférico Norte, a circular design building with more than 16,500 square meters of construction, 202 covered parking spaces, with spaces distributed over 6 floors for 82 offices and 9 commercial premises, which have the most spectacular panoramic views of the city from the four cardinal points.
For his part, the Chairman of the Board and Partner of Ducht Inmobiliaria, Joaquín Armando Carrillo Campos, highlighted that this project has the invaluable attraction of being based in Yucatán, a state that is the spearhead on the political map of the country, specifically, in Mérida, a city that stood out as one of the best to live in the world.
The building also has several nuclei of common services, such as the lobby, business center, meeting rooms, waiting rooms, coffee break area, roof dining room, 5 floors of internal parking, external parking area, and corridors that internally surround the building in around a monumental central module of mirrors and external corridors to see Mérida from above.
Also at the inauguration were the Ducht Inmobiliaria Partner, William Mack Oliver, Patricio Arrigunaga Ancona and Javier Acevedo Macari; as well as the president of the Business Coordinating Council (CCE) and of the Employers’ Confederation of the Mexican Republic in Yucatán (COPARMEX), Fernando Ponce Díaz, and the head of the Ministry of Economic Development and Labor (Sefoet), Ernesto Herrera Novelo