Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — “The remodeling of Fifth Avenue is in response to an old demand from the people of Solidaridad, which had not been remodeled for more than a decade and will be carried out with the municipality’s own resources.”
“This mega project consists of two very clear phases, the one carried out on the street, the one that is seen, and all the work under the ground, that they do not see, but is just as important as the other,” explained Playa del Camen mayor, Laura Beristain.
Work on Fifth Avenue continues to advance added Beristain who said “Fifth Avenue is the economic and social heart of our municipality and the vision of the government that I lead is to transform it.”
Speaking on the topic, mayor Beristain stressed that the most important points are the underground cabling, with a connection to the C-4 of Public Security for the security of locals and the little more than 10 million tourists that visit each year.
Another point is that all shops and stalls will be connected to the sanitary drainage system because ecology is a cornerstone of the municipality. Another is the emblematic red adocretos, which will be recycled and will represent savings for the municipality.
She said the new Quinta will have quality tiles. “We are working to make it a lasting project and the pride of Playa.
“Fifth Avenue touches the heart of this town and it will be a trigger for greater income for everyone during the economic reactivation,” she stated “but not without first thanking the people of Solidaridad for their patience, ensuring that Fifth Avenue will beat again as the heart of this city should be, strong.”