After a summer break, the second stage of the current downtown facade rescue program heads north toward Parque Santa Ana.
Redecorated and updated from pillar to post, the historic Hotel Mérida has re-opened after being boarded up for nine years.
Work crews are busy restoring the Passage of the Revolution in time for celebrations in September, which is called the month of national holidays.
One small tweak in the way the city’s façade-rescue program works has made a big difference, even if it did cost the city 10 million pesos.
A fanciful flying mast with skylights will crown an expansion at Liverpool’s mall this fall.
Restoration of the 325-year-old Arco de Dragones is the beginning of a trilogy of projects, with El Puente and San Juan arches also due for work.
Restoration work at the historic Casa de Montejo, one of the crown jewels of Mérida’s historic properties, is at the halfway point.
The Leones de Yucatán’s baseball stadium is in line for some fancy upgrades before the 2016 season begin in April.
Historic Casa de Montejo is getting another facelift. Its ornate facade will be cleared of cables, lamps and 15 years’ worth of dust, grime and bird droppings.
At least 50 historical buildings and facades in the historic center will be restored in 2016, the city council announced.