Azora: Mazatlan’s new condominium tower is on pre-sale


“Azora… Redefines the experience of living on the coast”

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With an investment of 1.4 billion Mexican pesos and the generation of more than 280 direct jobs and about 100 indirect jobs, the Azora Tower is under construction on Av. del Mar, whose pre-sale officially began on February 1st.

It is an imposing tower of 30 floors and 290 apartments, in more than 60 thousand square meters of construction, of which almost 10,000 square meters are of amenities, including a botanical garden, swimming pools, gym, and avant-garde landscaping, which “ “We are sure that it will become a symbol of luxury and sophistication,” said Yeny Angulo, commercial director of Lizantos, Desarrollos Inmobiliarios, the group that develops the Azora tower.

“At Grupo Lizantos, we continue to bet on Mazatlán and we are proud of the projects that we have developed and sold to date. Projects such as Córdova, Pórtico, Altabrisa, Tabachines, Iberika and the most recent, Akoya Sky Living, which will be completed this year, as well as Altomare Panoramic Condos, support us and force us to offer what we have always sought, the highest quality, functionality and of course comfort and beauty, in line with this, one of the best views of Mazatlán,” he expressed.

Yeny Angulo highlighted the tourist transformation of Mazatlán, recognizing the work of Governor Rubén Rocha Moya and Mayor Edgar Gonzalez, whom he also thanked for their support for investment, which has led to the real estate “boom” that is talked about so much in this tourist destination.

On the part of Lizantos, she indicated, there is also a commitment to move the economy through local suppliers.

At the press conference, Ricardo “Pity” Velarde, undersecretary of Tourism Promotion and Operation of the SECTUR Sinaloa, spoke about the growth of Mazatlán as a tourist destination and the joint efforts with the hotel industry and other tourist segments in terms of promotion, which only The previous year led to an 11 percent increase in air tourism, not to mention the increase in the arrival of road tourism. Likewise, he indicated, there is exponential growth in investment in both hotels and new condominiums.

For his part, Martín Ochoa, head of the Sedectur, stated that the Mazatlán government is interested in promoting investment, among other things, through the Ceprofies.

Juan Carlos Palacios Jauregui, president of the Association of Real Estate Developers of Mazatlán, considered that Lizantos is a group of people very committed to the port and a very serious company for which he predicted great success with the Torre Azora.

For those interested in Azora, visit the website or call 6691654965.
At the moment of officially going on pre-sale, Azora already has 25 percent of the first stage sold, commented Bety Jara, commercial manager of the new Grupo Lizantos tower.

The Mazatlan Post