CCA “Centro de Colaboración Arquitectónica”, a Mexican institute dedicated to investigate, design and elaborate urban and architectural projects, released the plan for “Data Park”, a technological inteligent real estate development for the city of Queretaro.
The alignment of development and technological innovation can be possible within the appropriate context.
In this globalized world, technology must interact with the creative spirit in a nourishing ambiance; combining education, state-of-the-art technology, industry, nature and sustainable design with a significant investment, visionary young entrepreneurs can be provided with the suitable tools to achieve the inspiration needed for progress.
For innovation to occur, the location must be as integrated, open and connected as possible. Queretaro is a thriving city, which combines these factors, boasting the potential to become a gateway to Mexico and Latin America’s technology market.
Introducing Data Park Queretaro. A campus devoted to high-tech development companies within a sustainable environment.
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