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Construction in Mérida’s north continues to drive the real estate sector in Yucatán. Photo: File Real Estate investment...
Merida’s north appears a less viable option for expansion as a year of heavy rain keeps much of it under water....
The Siglo XXI convention center's expansion is on track. Photo: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan — The city's future as a...
The Pasaje Picheta's long-awaited re-opening has been delayed again, with mid-September being announced as the beginning of...
Aura Smart Luxury Living is planned in northern Merida. Rendering: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan — New housing in the...
New high rises can appear anywhere in Merida. Photo: Punto Medio Merida, Yucatan — Big cities with vision,...
Via Montejo, which opened in 2018, added numerous high-rises along Merida's periferico. Photo: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan — The...
Builders say they are being pressured to stop complaining about imported cement that they say is both inferior and toxic.
A second crane accident at the Paseo 60 hotel complex has sent two passengers in a combi to the hospital.
The mixed-use development at the airport's entrance will be called Meridiano, and its coming into focus very quickly.
A high demand for masons has raised the cost of labor between 10 and 15 percent.
The Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (Profepa) temporarily shut down a construction site where a threatened thatch palm was apparently cleared.
The complex will have a positive impact on the lives of 96,000 potential visitors in a pleasant environment, surrounded by multiple green areas.
As the north of the city continues its building boom, new trends and demographic shifts are apparent.
Redevelopment surrounding the Mérida International Airport will include more than a shopping center.
After a week of combing through the rubble of a hotel-retail complex being built in the hotel zone, officials on Monday officially ended their search for more victims.
The MID Center business complex, rising by one of the city's busiest intersections, will be Mérida's first privately owned building with a global certification of environmental sustainability.
A missing person's report has promoted rescue workers to continue searching rubble while early assumptions about the accident's cause are being questioned.
Aided by trained canines, rescue workers on Tuesday resumed the search for missing workers at Paseo 60.
Four workers died and 10 were injured when part of a huge construction site collapsed on Calle 60.
With cement prices up 12-20 percent since July, contractors are struggling to work within their budgets.
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