Megaproject ‘Paseo Cayalá’ Starts in Guatemala

The housing development project will require an investment of $50 million in the first year alone.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

The first phase of construction of the mega development, which will incorporate residences, medical clinics, shops and offices, begins shortly.

During this first phase of Paseo Cayalá, complete construction of which will take 15 years and consist of 63 hectares, houses, shops, restaurants, jewelry stores, and barber shops, among other things will be constructed in 7.2 hectares.

Behind this ambitious project is Cayalá Group, which for the past three decades has been devoted to developing condominium homes in exclusive areas around the capital.

An article in Elperiodico.com.gt states: "Juan Carlos Salazar, director of research firm Global Real Estate Inspections, said it is a bold initiative that is trying to find new symbolism in the country’s housing market.

"They did not take the easy road, which would have been to keep developing gated condominiums, an area where they were doing very well, but instead have decided to take a risk and change the type of product they offer which will give them good results," said Salazar. "

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