Cancun real estate is set to enjoy
the benefits of a $95 million investment in infrastructure.
Echeverria,director general of the Ministry of Communications and Transport
(SCT) in Quintana Roo,said last month that $13.5 million would be spent on
federal highways,including bridges.
broke down other amounts for the Cancun real estate area as $40 million to
modernize the coastal highway including the overpasses in Playa del Carmen,and
another $318 million for maintaining,reconstructing and modernizing secondary
and rural routes.
The official also said the bridge project at Playa del Carmen is on
target to finish in December 2010. By making the coastal highway faster it will
be easier to reach many world class attractions in the Mexican Caribbean from
the Cancun real estate area.
When Ignacio was asked about the new Tulum
airport he said it is in the final stage of the final study. Cancun real estate
already benefits from a cutting edge,high capacity airport at Cancun,but now
is set to have a second airport nearby too.
Through the global economic
freeze Mexico's government has pushed on with policies for infrastructure
improvements and it's paying off for Cancun real estate.