Ensenada Centro Mexico

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foto por Bajadock
The leader of the Kanak in Ensenada alerted traders traditional tourist area to improve its offer to the imminent construction of the Mexico Center next to the cruise terminal
Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Threat First Street project

El Vigia

In this space a modern plaza with shops, commercial representation and promotion of handicrafts of the 31 states of the country will be built.

The upcoming construction of the Center Mexico, commercial and space craft that will be adjacent to the terminal for cruise ships, the local leader of the National Chamber of Commerce (Canaco), Rafael Chavez Montaño, alerted tenants and vendors of First Street to improve their offer and activities in that area.
He said the Mexico Center is part of the program to improve the tourism image of the port of Ensenada; will have 2.8 hectares for the installation of commercial and are intended to exist there and craft trade promotion organizations of the country’s 31 performances.
-precisó- Mall that will be installed just a few meters from where travelers arrive in cruise, so to have an attractive space, comfortable, good quality products and good price will be strong competition for the tourist and shopping area First Street, Chavez said Montaño.
He therefore stressed the importance of actually implementing the reorganization and improvement of the image of that part of town.
He noted that despite public statements and agreements on the matter, little has been done by the authorities to control street vendors, high volumes of sound equipment and the installation of miniature trains called.
Also he said that the owners of local and First Street traders must understand that circumstances have changed and must adjust to the new competitive situation.
Chavez Montaño exemplified what happened to the Ruiz Avenue, which has fallen on hard times by the presence of new shopping centers in different parts of the city.
The Mexico Center is across from the Museum and Aquarium Caracol, next to the cruise ship terminal, which is a federal land where street vending is not allowed.
PHOTOS: ISAAC ROSAS / El Vigia
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One Comment

  1. Posted June 18, 2015 at 14:26 | Permalink | Reply

    Likely to be a great outlet for tri-colored Chinese stuff! Can’t wait.

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