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Condominium advances and strengthens Limon economy

The Condominios del Parque Caribe luxury real estate project is unique in the Limón area.

How Costa Rica’s cement market became a hotbed of intrigue

Alvaro Murillo takes an in-depth look at the often confusing, frequently surprising, and still ongoing case of the so-called #cementazo, and what it means for Costa Rica.

New controls over dust from construction sites

The new regulation requires construction materials such as gravel and sand to be covered, among other measures.

What’s behind the high-rise construction boom in Costa Rica

Experts say a boom in high-rise construction in the Central Valley is driven by changing consumer preferences, favorable credit conditions and quality of life concerns.

Costa Rica’s high-rise boom

The boom in high-rise construction is being driven by a combination of changing consumer preferences, attractive housing credit, and quality of life concerns.

Costa Rica juggles jaguars and dam construction with matching grant

The Costa Rican government is doubling down on a payment for environmental services program designed to protect a jaguar migration corridor adjacent to the site of the Revantazón hydroelectric dam.

Moín terminal construction to create 700 jobs

The Moín Container Terminal is set to quadruple the port of Moín’s current capacity.

Meet Costa Rica’s first hotel made from shipping containers

If the commercials and hype are to be believed, Costa Rica has an eco-friendly reputation to maintain. This, hypothetically, should stem from all aspects of society, and at least one hotel is especially taking the green message to heart with the development of El Faro Beach Hotel in Manuel Antonio.

Slowdown in construction sector continues in Costa Rica

Recent data released by the Costa Rican Construction Chamber (CCC) reflect relatively slow growth from October 2013 to September 2014. The CCC report suggests that both public and private construction stagnated during the yearlong period, and previous estimates for public construction did not materialize, particularly in the area of power generation.

Strike ends at Panama Canal expansion project

A two-week strike by workers expanding the Panama Canal has ended after they won wage increases, a union leader said Wednesday.

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