Cancun, Q.R. — The marketing director of the National Fund for Tourism Promotion made a visit to Cancun and Cozumel to follow up on marketing strategies including development land and lots for sale.
Martin Merino Westphal, accompanied by the regional delegate in Quintana Roo, Juan Emmanuel González Castelán, toured Playa Langosta, Kilómetro Cero Park, Plaza La Isla and the area of Lomas de Vista Hermosa.
Merino Westphal said that 15 lots are for sale in Lomas de Vista Hermosa at the entrance of Cancun, next to Luis Donaldo Colosio Boulevard, where the fund has a land reserve of 8.5 hectares. He commented that the sale of 15 lots with a privileged location in the project Lomas de Vista Hermosa “with Tajamar, would detonate the downtown area”.
“The visit served to review the different investment opportunities we have and to see the properties that are already being developed for boutique apartments” explained regional delegate González Castelán.
In Cozumel they visited Marina Fonatur where 25 lots are being promoted for sale. They also toured developing projects.
The delegate said that several owners of lots are in the process of approving construction projects, and estimated that for the month of November, they expect to begin investments, which would motivate more entrepreneurs to focus on the island, creating more benefits for the destination.