They lay the first stone of what will be the tallest tower in Mazatlán; ‘Stelarhe’
Sinaloa Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel and Mazatlan Mayor Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres highlight that Mazatlán remains on the path of economic growth.
Mazatlán Sinaloa (July 2, 2021) .- Grupo Arhe laid the first stone of its real estate project “Stelarhe”, which will have a total investment of 1.6 billion pesos and had Governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel and Mayor Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres as special guests.
In the ceremony that took place on Friday, July 2, at a property on Avenida del Mar, Juan José Arellano Hernández, President of Grupo Arhe, said that his company sees Mazatlan as one of the Mexican tourist destinations with the greatest growth potential nationwide.
“Grupo Arhe is committed to raising the level by offering iconic products that make Mazatlán shine every time and invite developers to improve and through healthy competition position our state as one of the most competitive for investment in the country,” Arellano Hernández said.
The Mayor of Mazatlán, Luis Guillermo Benitez Torres, assured that the economic growth that Mazatlán currently has is a path that will continue to advance with his Government that is promoting large investment projects in the port.
“Right now in Mazatlán 98 vertical towers are being developed, right now, there is no tourist destination in the country with this kind of development. Last year we were the first place in Sinaloa for private investment and we are going to continue in that direction, we are not going to change the path,” Benitez Torres stated.
Quirino Ordaz Coppel highlighted the confidence of businessman Juan José Arellano Hernández and mentioned that this project symbolizes trust and commitment to growth, development, and job creation in Mazatlán.
“Stelarhe” will have an investment of 1.6 billion pesos in the construction of 46,146 square meters. It is a 30-story, two-tower building with 194 residences and eight penthouses. It will have three panoramic pools, one of them at 110 meters (350 feet) above the ground.
Source: Sinaloa Hoy