Cancun, Q.R. — A majority of the Malecón Tajamar investors say they are hoping the issues with the project will soon be resolved so they can move forward and continue building.
That is according to Miguel Angel Lemús, former president of AMPI Cancun who says that 90 percent of the investors maintain hope that the problem will soon be resolved so they can consolidate their projects, indicating that the problem has been inherited from the serious carelessness of Fonatur and Semarnat in the last federal administration.
The real estate consultant said that with the new federal administration underway, Fonatur is expected to take action on the matter as promised by the new director, Rogelio Jiménes Pons.
“For the time being, we hope to see the opening of the roads in the short term, although the legal process will still run its course in the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation, which is a long process,” he noted.
He said that while there are some investors who are already fed up with the issue, that they have already requested the return of their investment, 90 percent of the investors remain interested in the project.
“There was great carelessness on the part of the authorities who had to take action in this regard. It was a serious neglect of the investment. It is impossible for Tajamar to be a mangrove park. A pine does not make a forest, and here, it is not a mangrove,” he said.