Three big projects — the maternity and children’s hospital, the Music Palace and the international convention center — are reportedly on or ahead of schedule.
Believe it or not, the construction site behind the Church of the Third Order will be a gleaming, modern Palace of Music by the end of the year.
Twelve new hotels will rise across Mérida within the next few years, adding 1,600 rooms to the city’s supply, according to tourism officials.
A second City Express Junior is quickly rising on the Periférico, bringing 106 more hotel rooms on seven floors when it opens in October.
Despite all the recent rain, the Music Palace — El Palacio de la Música — is quickly taking shape.
MID Center will rise along the Prolongación Montejo, towering over the Krispy Kreme donut shop, when construction begins this year.
As several new commercial projects plod along to their completion, the state is counting how many jobs the new stores and factories will provide.
Taking a car from Mérida to the beaches and reserves of Celestún will take just 45 minutes by 2017, newspapers announced today, putting the quaint fishing village on the radar of more people looking for beach-living options.
U.S. and Canadian retirees are fueling growth in some Mérida neighborhoods as much 7 percent a year, but archaeologists worry about undiscovered Mayan relics in the bulldozers’ path.
El Centro Internacional de Congresos de Yucatán —The International Convention Center of Yucatán — has broken ground and is on track to book functions in the second half of next year.