The Mexico real estate market is expecting big changes over the next five years. One of the regions with the largest potential growth rate is a small Mexican Village known as Tulum, Quintana Roo. This Mexican Caribbean village of approximately 15,000 people has projected growth rates estimated to reach and possibly surpass the extraordinary growth record of its neighboring sister city of Playa del Carmen. This is causing the land for sale in Tulum to increase notably requiring good urban planning for better protection of the environment and to improve the living atmosphere of the community. A new project, Aldea Zama, is introducing their community very near to the present downtown zone of the village. A section of various city blocks has been launched by the Tulum developers that will encompass residential land, green park areas, and commercial community zones all with the plan to be within easy walking distances. The success and great acceptance of the European style 5th avenue of Playa del Carmen was closely studied by the Tulum planners in order to repeat and improve upon such communities. A close eye on the protection of the green areas and preservation to the Mayan atmosphere are present and evident throughout the master planned zones. This section of Tulum is currently in the process of having the infrastructure prepared for the large expected flow of demand that is arriving.
Aldea Zama Tulum , Located within the Riviera Maya region south of Cancun. The site is located between the present day community of Tulum and one of Mexico’s prettiest Caribbean beaches. 185 acres have been reserved and is being developed as a friendly little village. In the center, strategically situated as a “walk to everything” community, the retail and entertainment section is being constructed. Those who enjoy Mexican Caribbean strolls in the evenings and night will soon find various affluent but casual lifestyle shops and sidewalk cafes, all within the community. People who are planning to retire to Tulum, or to vacation several months in this beach side region, will find this neighborhood very appealing and livable. “We don’t want the people feeling as if they are living in a resort, spring break city, we want them to feel as if they are in a home and within a home community” commented Francisco de La Torre sales director of the project.
Land for sale in Tulum is available in various parts of the city. The Aldea Zama group wishes to introduce land for single family buyers and within condo buildings that have an organized building code. The idea of the development is to motivate the new neighbors to utilize traditional materials, contemporary styles, and embrace the Mayan ambiance. In the center of Aldea Zama, apartments will be located above the shop which is a growing popular request both for business owners and tourist visitors. This European style of zoning is bringing many foreign buyers and commercial operators to invest into the future project.
Located next to the Ecological national park and the archeological zone of Tulum, Aldea Zama wishes to preserve the treasured Mayan cultural history. There is a strong push to maintain green areas, both in wide winding avenues dotted with trees in the meridians and parks within jungles and located around cenotes. Buildings are encouraged to utilize the skills of local artisans with indigenous materials blended with new designs and modern technology. The overall goal is to blend the new community into the existing delicate and beautiful natural settings of Tulum.
Tulum is expecting a burst of population over the next several years. By studying the successes and failures of nearby cities and their communities, the Aldea Zama group is planning to introduce a new community within this village that will embrace three basic goals; “Walk to Everything” master planned community, European ambiance, and the preservation of the nature and of the historical Mayan traditions currently found in Tulum. The developers are betting that these are the community attributes expected from future citizens, both national and international, of this Mexican Caribbean city of the future.