Converting a street to a pedestrian mall is an idea worth considering, a safety advocate says.
Mexico’s inflation rate fell the first half of July, but price pressures are felt differently from city to city.
Once again the Tunich Fair brings its culinary and artistic traditions in a small village north of Mérida.
By Friday, all Mérida public-school students were finally on summer vacation. By Saturday, the Centro’s market area was bursting with even more shoppers than normal.
The Via Montejo complex just south of the northernmost point of the Periférico is taking shape, and almost 300 units in two residential towers have been sold out since late last year.
After years of announcements and speculation, it appears the largest mall in southeast Mexico will open here before the end of the year.
The expansion at the Liverpool Galerías Mérida will sacrifice its ice rink, putting more conventional features, according to a website that tracks the city’s building projects.
The Uptown Mérida shopping center in the Altabrisa area has signed a new tenant, and its name will be familiar to anyone from north of the border.
Mérida’s first Chedraui, which has anchored Plaza Crystal since 1989, closes for good at the end of the week.
A fanciful flying mast with skylights will crown an expansion at Liverpool’s mall this fall.