Meor will invest 3 billion pesos for the construction of eight industrial parks in Mexico


The developer and the real estate fund Meor announced that it contemplates the construction of eight world-class industrial parks called Hubs Park, which will generate an investment of 3 billion pesos.

Each of the complexes will generate 15,000 direct jobs and these logistics hubs will be developed in a period of 12 to 18 months.

Jonathan Pomerantz, project director, highlighted that of the total number of parks, two will be in Tijuana, two in Ciudad Juárez, two in Monterrey, one in Mexico City, and one in Guadalajara, covering five industrialized cities in the country.

In addition, he commented that for two years, there has been a significant increase in interest by international companies to invest in Mexico, therefore, they considered it important to build these industrial parks.

This project will have more than 400,000 square meters of profitable area, in more than 188,000 square meters of land; the largest developments will have a capital injection of 800 million pesos, while the smallest would be around 200 million pesos.

Likewise, Javier Camarena, executive director of Meor, indicated that this investment will be concentrated in the industrial cities with the most growth opportunities in the country.

“We are pleased to inform you that even in times of pandemic the real estate sector has been growing and the strength of Meor is the launch of our brand for a series of industrial developments called Hubs Park, which will have a presence in the main cities nationwide. We are developing the best industrial product that allows us to house logistics and manufacturing companies in the main cities of the country, and that allows us to reactivate the economy ”, he stated. 


Mexico Daily Post