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An increase in permits applications before INAH indicate a construction boom in Merida's Centro. Photo: Sipse Merida, Yucatan...
Merida's Centro Historico has gotten noisier in recent years as nightclubs have moved in. Photo: La Jornada Maya
A casona on Calle 65 and 44 collapsed in heavy rains in 2017. Photo: Diario de Yucatán Merida,...
Another proposal to turn a busy Centro street into a pedestrian path has been floated, this one linking to a possible Mayan Train station.
Ruins are still common in Merida's historic center. Photo: Sipse Merida, Yucatan — The city lost over a...
Merida, Yucatan — Repairs to a water main leak will affect more houses than initially thought....
Photo: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan — According to a private real estate consultant, almost 50 percent of housing...
Long-promised noise regulations are coming to the Centro Historico next week, said Mayor Renán Barrera Concha.
Merida's historic center contains about 20,000 properties with historical value, of which between 3,000-4,000 are ruins. About a third are beyond...
Those 500-plus gamers on Calle 61 Saturday were on an important mission: catching Pocket Monsters.
Property owners trying to renovate historic homes are being promised a more streamlined approval process.
Some of the strongest words from a city official in recent memory were directed at illegal street vendors Thursday.
Since their arrival in Merida, Lebanese migrants saw trade as the way to forge their future in...
The city is establishing an office to watch over quality-of-life issues in the Centro of Merida. Photo: Courtesy
The city's new administration has too small a staff to properly address the growing number of abandoned properties that pose a safety risk to neighbors and passersby.
The city is considering increased staffing to expand the Programa de Rescate de Fachadas.
A car was overturned at a busy Centro intersection when a U.S. passenger and his guide blew through a stop sign, Sipse reported.
Cuban-American artist Jorge Pardo and his colorful Centro home are featured in Architectural Digest, one of the most respected shelter magazines in the U.S.
Parks such as Santa Lucia's have been given over to tourists at the expense of locals.That's one conclusion discussed this week at a seminar exploring the impact of foreigners on Mexico's historic centers.
The migration of foreigners in historic centers in Mérida and other Latin American destinations is among the topics of an academic seminar that is open to the public.
The Pasaje Picheta will shed its homey murals in a renovation that goes beyond a cosmetic makeover.
The Directorate of Urban Development of the City of Mérida last week closed, for the third time, a boisterous Centro Histórico nightclub.