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AIFA Construction Causes Real Estate Boom in Santa Lucía

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Paloma Duran By Paloma Duran | Journalist and Industry Analyst - Wed, 02/16/2022 - 11:08

The construction of the Felipe Ángeles International Airport (AIFA) has prompted an increasing housing demand for areas near the project. The National Chamber of the Housing Promotion and Development Industry (CANADEVI) announced that municipalities surrounding Santa Lucía are expected to receive thousands of new residents inthe coming years, and as a result, construction for morethan 70,000 homes is expected to start.

CANADEVI said the municipalities that will benefit the most from their proximity to the airport are Zumpango, Nextlalpan, Xaltenco, Tecamac and Tonanitla, which in addition to housing have begun investmentsin industrial parks and shopping centers.

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