Playa del Carmen: Luxury apartments complex projected for Mayakobá


The promoting company seeks a land-use change permit for the project.

The Ciudad Mayakobá project continues its expansion and now the promoting company is seeking a land-use change permit for the construction of 70 luxury apartments in the so-called “Diamond Zone”.

According to an Environmental Impact Statement (MIA) of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat), the promoter seeks the construction of a luxury apartment in the so-called “El Jesusito” property, north of Playa del Carmen, an area where the widest real estate development with high purchasing power is sought in Playa del Carmen.

This is a project that will occupy an area of ​​approximately two hectares, located on Paseos del Mayab avenue, very close to the area of ​​subdivisions of La Guadalupana, El Petén, Real del Sol, and Cristo Rey, north of Playa del Carmen.

The promoter, Viveplus society, is seeking permits for a 50-year and 30-month construction permit to be able to build apartments with an investment of more than 30 million pesos and a generation of around 50 jobs, according to sources consulted.

It should be remembered that this area began to be urbanized a decade ago, based on permits that municipal administrations and the last federal administration began to authorize in terms of environmental impact.

If approved, it will join investments that exceed one billion dollars and 17 thousand homes that have been built in the area.

Despite the pandemic, the real estate sector of Playa del Carmen predicted that investment will continue in this area, which is of high capital gain. It comprises the so-called “Diamond Zone” next to the Corasol complex, near Playa Paraíso, in the north of the city.

The Riviera Maya is assured of an investment of 35 billion dollars for the next six years in the real estate sector, the above despite the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Mexican Association of Real Estate Professionals (AMPI).

Source: SIPSE

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