CONFIRMATION OF 40 MILLION DOLLAR – Invesment in housing

Details of 1st. social interest housing subdivision of 2,000 homes.
          The 1st social interest home subdivision to address the unmet housing needs in Puerto Peñasco was confirmed through a gradual investment topping 40 million dollars to go towards the construction of 2,000 homes.
          This step has been qualified as a great achievement by the  3 levels of government, and by the investors themselves, as this addresses only the priority needs of a city.  The project was recently detailed to representatives from different sectors of the Peñasco community. The complex, named Hacienda de Cortez Residence, will be built by the Mexican company out of Nuevo Leon, VIDUSAMEX, at kilometer 88 along the Peñasco-Sonoyta highway, seven kilometers from the urban area.  The comprehensive concept will consist of a new neighborhood fro the city providing all the basic services, a good urban image, green areas, a recreation area and a school. Marco Antonio Salazar Peñuñuri, general director for the builder, recently made a presentation of the project.
          He expressed that this is a new concept that will meet the housing needs of workers with an income above that of 4 minimum wages and with access to financing systems such as infonavit, fovisste and other credit systems.  Salazar Peñuñuri explained that this is a program that many people have worked on and, thanks to the determined vision and support of Mayor Heriberto Renteria Sanchez, negotiations have been successfully carried out.  Before the end of the year around the end of October, the company from Monterrey plans to deliver the first group of 479 homes.
          Epifanio Salido Pavlovich who also represents Governor Eduardo Bours in this region, indicated that water and housing have always been urgent needs in Peñasco.  They are in the process of finding a solution for water and now, with this project, working to satisfy the other priority through the construction of homes to meet the tremendous demand that exists.
          Mayor Renteria stressed that this is a commitment his administration is working  to fulfill. He noted that since he came into office they have worked with various offices in order to ground a project that addresses housing needs.
          Other attendees at the presentation of this important project included Tapia Abascal, state delegate from Infonavit, Marco Antonio Tapia Agraz, director for the Sonora Housing Institute, officials from the 3 levels of government, and local invited businesses that expressed their congratulations for this good news for Puerto Peñasco.

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