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Solar energy and other eco-friendly options for your home in Mexico

Looking for ways to make your home eco-friendlier? Here are some things to consider to be more...

On the market: La Casa Verde in Santa Ana

Beautiful, practical and well-located, this award-winning Santa Ana gem is now on the market.

Casa SolMar: Plenty of room for paying guests, or friends and...

Here is an opportunity to acquire a large, turnkey income property, just a block-and-a-half from the beach and Progreso's famous malecon.

Weary of urban sprawl, Merida encourages more housing in the Centro

One year into his term as mayor, Renán Barrera Concha says that population growth is one of his main challenges.

On the market: Casa Dos Arcos is turnkey and conveniently located

Casa Dos Arcos is a charming property on one of the quietest streets in Merida.

Coqui Coqui founders convert their Valladolid home into a boutique hotel

After adding boho chic flair across the Yucatan, fashion model Nicolas Malleville and designer Francesca Bonato have left the Peninsula for Bora Bora.

Red-tinted chukum brings contrasts to white, modern home in Merida

Merida, Mexico — A sleek residence by Garrido Lizarraga Arquitectos contrasts clean white with red-hued chukum stucco in...

Here’s your chance to snap up a successful B&B in Merida

Step into this spectacular five-bed, five-bath colonial property and behold its impeccable construction and design.

‘House Hunters International’ episode is HGTV’s 10th trip to Merida

The only thing we know about tonight's "House Hunters International" is that it's the franchise's 10th foray in Merida.

Merida may expand streetscape beautification program

The city is considering increased staffing to expand the Programa de Rescate de Fachadas.

10th Showcase of Homes reveals the creativity in Mérida’s Centro Histórico

The fusion between the modern and the antique, and colonial and eclectic, were on full public view at one of Fundación BAI's most anticipated fundraisers.

Architectural Digest celebrates artist’s ‘vibrant dream house’ in Mérida

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. 

An oasis on the Centro’s quietest street

On the quietest street in the Centro, an architect has designed an oasis of a home, both beautiful and functional. 

The casonas of Avenida Colón

A tour of Avenida Colón, the backbone of the García Ginerés neighborhood.

Casa Xólotl’s striking design proves attention-getting

Casa Xólotl has gotten the attention of numerous websites that curate details of the world's most interesting homes.

Living with marble floors when you’re used to hardwood and carpet

Expats more accustomed to carpeting and hardwood should know what they're getting into when they live with marble floors.

Mexico climbs to 1st in searches for vacation homes

Mexico is the first choice for U.S. citizens looking to buy a second home off the mainland, a new study has concluded.

9th Showcase of Homes opens doors for students, tourists and neighbors

More than 800 people got a rare tour of seven stand-out homes in the Centro, all for a good cause.

Interior designers’ Mérida projects revealed in BAI’s 9th Showcase of Homes

Two interior designers' homes, part of this year's Showcase of Homes tour, exhibit contrasting responses to living in the tropics.

All signs point to Celestún

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.

Ecology watchdogs shut down builders

Profepa has shut down a construction site on the outskirts of Mérida on the grounds that an environmental impact statement had not been filed.

Design duo’s next book set in Mérida

He's a photographer, she's a writer. For Rizzoli books, they have chronicled the best of the world's architecture and interiors. Now, it's Mérida's turn.

Fair highlights statewide housing boom

A residential Housing Fair at the Siglo XXI Convention Center revealed 5,000 homes on the market, ranging from 210,000 to 1.5 million pesos.

First of the Country Towers opens

The first of three glass skyscrapers that comprise the Country Towers opens today, bringing residential living in Mérida literally to new heights.