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Redecorated and updated from pillar to post, the historic Hotel Mérida has re-opened after being boarded up for nine years.
Work crews are busy restoring the Passage of the Revolution in time for celebrations in September, which is called the month of national holidays.
One small tweak in the way the city's façade-rescue program works has made a big difference, even if it did cost the city 10 million pesos.
A fanciful flying mast with skylights will crown an expansion at Liverpool's mall this fall.
Among the historical touches in Valladolid's downtown is been the installation of two charming old-timey street clocks. Two surprisingly controversial old-timey street clocks.
Reacting to the proliferation of vacant lots and abandoned, deteriorating properties in the Centro, members of Yucatan state legislature are preparing to toughen laws that allow the government to seize land.
As neighbors continue to work to convert the La Plancha into a green space, New York City's director of urban design joins the discussion.
The Centro Historico neighborhood has more abandoned properties than homes under construction. But rental prices have risen to new heights in some areas.
Officials will divert over $170 million MX to the city of Merida for projects including the public markets, the zoo and the convention center.
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