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QCOSTARICA – With an investment of more than US$100 million, Escazú Village seeks to promote the “mixed development” concept in San José’s posh neighbourhood.

Located in Trejos Montealegre in Escazú, across from Walmart, the project, considered a “mini city”, comprised of some ​​130,000 square metres (1.4 million square feet) of shops, offices and apartments.

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The 132 apartments include swimming pools, playgrounds, indoor parking, gym, and day care.The project developers say that their design by Marlo Trejos Arquitectos is based on a contemporary architecture that can be ideal for young professionals and expect completion by the end of 2016.

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Other mix development projects include Plaza Avenida, Escazu and Las Terrazas Lindora, in front of Forum 2 in Lindora, Santa Ana.

This urban trend is rapidly growing in Costa Rica.

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