Published On: Wed, Jul 2nd, 2014

Chichen Itza will be part of a “Master-Planned World Class Resort”

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During a meeting of the Yucatan Strategic Plan Foundation, the State Secretary of Economic Development, David Alpizar Carrillo, officially announced the creation of  a tourist development around Chichén Itzá, including the construction of a golf course and other attractions.  
Additionally, he announced that the Museum of Maya Civilization Yaxcabá Project is being seriously contemplated, a project that was conceived during the administration of Ivonne Ortega Pacheco, but which has been kept in standby mode for more than two years.
Both projects are included in the National Infrastructure Plan of the Federal Government, which was released a few weeks ago in Mexico City.
David Alpizar Carrillo

State Secretary of Economic Development, David Alpizar Carrillo

The archaeological site of Chichen Itza will be “a Master-Planned World Class Resort”, the first of its kind based on the cultural attractions.
José Canto Vivas, President of the Yucatan Strategic Plan Foundation, declared that the modernization of urban transportation services and the creation of a condominium law are top priorities that need to be finalized before the end of the year.
They also expect progress on other projects such as the “Barrios Circuit in Merida” and the “Paseo de Montejo and Avenida Colón improvement”.
Canto Vivas also announced that the Foundation now has four million pesos for its operating capital.  The Yucatan Strategic Plan Foundation is comprised of business organizations, universities, trade unions, professional groups, companies and other private sectors of Yucatecan society.
One of the objectives of the project is to entice tourists to spend the night in the Mayan city and archaeological site of Chichen Itza.

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