Cancun

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Cancun is recognized worldwide for its spectacular beaches of fine white sand, its fascinating turquoise blue sea and unparalleled weather, as well as excellent air and land connectivity, and a first-class hotel infrastructure that places it as one of the best destinations tourist in the world thanks to everything it offers to its visitors: Outdoor activities, adventure tourism, archeological sites, Mayan culture and history, a variety of gastronomic experiences, spectacular shopping centers, and seductive entertainment offers.

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Cancun Real Estate

Residential Developments

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Aldea Umm

Aldea Umm is your sanctuary in the Mayan Riviera. Accomplish your dream of living near the beach in a safe and exclusive residential with green areas, perimeter fence, 24-hour security, and amenities for the whole family.

Build your future in paradise, and let its magic inspire you. 

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Lausana

Lausana Residencial is a fantastic community that introduces a
new way of integrating families with an avant-garde vision, but
at the same time with a sustainable conscience in a private and
exclusive space that brings together:
• Safety
• Environmental Preservation
• Innovation and State-of-the-Art Technology
• Urban Design

Commercial

Developments

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GrandOutlet

Grand Outlet will be the world’s largest Outlet “Malltertainment”, a place where international visitors could enjoy unlimited shopping, international cuisine and the best entertainment options. 

It will be located in Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, a wealthy area that is conveniently near the beach and the Cancun International Airport.

 

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Mayan Train

Running more than 900 miles from the beach resorts of Cancún to the Mayan archaeological site at Palenque, this rail project would link towns, cities, and tourist attractions in five southern states, Quintana Roo, Yucatan, Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas. Planners expect a ridership of 8,000 passengers a day, evenly split between locals and tourists.