Mazatlans Stelarhe in the eyes of the foreign community


The foreign community received a tour of the showroom that is located right on the Mazatlan boardwalk.

MAZATLAN. – Welcome to your new lifestyle, and welcome to Stelarhe. With those words, Stelarhe received a visit from the foreign community in her showroom to give them a tour.  

Photo: Aaron Osuna

The visit of the foreign community of Mazatlán served to show all the amenities that Stelarhe has, already known as an architectural icon of the entire northwest of Mexico and, of course, of Mazatlán. 

Alfredo Reynaga Chicuate, Stelarhe’s sales manager, and his sales advisors, took a tour of the showroom, which displays an exact replica of one of his residences and makes it clear why this project is characterized by exclusivity.  

He expressed that said meeting with the foreign community serves precisely to show all the good and new, and, above all, high technology that is being built in the port. 

By groups, or individually, the visitors were assisted by the advisors, who gave them a more detailed explanation of all the benefits they will access when acquiring a residence.  

“Stelarhe marks the beginning of a new real estate era on the Mazatlán boardwalk, offering a lifestyle at the level of the great cities of the world. It is the first building in Mazatlán to be built with thermal innovation”, explained Reynaga Chicuate.  

Stelarhe offers more than 20 ocean view residence models, allowing you to choose the place that best suits your lifestyle.  

It is being built with an investment of 86 million dollars; It has an innovative design that consists of two linked towers of luxury residences, each with 30 levels, among which there are three amenity areas that link them, 194 residences, 4 Junior penthouses and 4 Master penthouses.       

What’s Stelarhe up to?   

Alfredo Reynaga Chicuate reported that of the 202 condominiums contemplated for Stelarhe, 70 condominiums have already been sold, and the goal for 2023 is to sell approximately 120 more condominiums.   


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