Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - Victor Zayas, the project manager of Gemini, the company responsible for the renovations in the downtown area, recently took Mayor Salvador González Resendiz and city officials on a tour to inspect the progress that has been made over the last few weeks on the Malecón, which will soon welcome Puerto Vallarta residents and tourists with a new and improved image.
The group walked all along the waterfront to inspect every detail of this ambitious undertaking, including the Huichol stonework adorning the sidewalks, the landscaping and planter boxes and the intersections of the blocks that have already been completed.
According to Zayas, "virtually all of the Malecón construction work - from the Rosita Hotel to the lighthouse - has been completed right up to the seventh block, as has 80% of Ing. Amador's mosaic paving that will run the length of the boardwalk, leaving only the final details of installing the benches, the bollards and the seating that will go around the flower boxes."
It is projected that by October 20th the Malecón renovations will be completed, and the city's new and improved, safe and pedestrian-friendly public space will be open for all to enjoy.Source: NN Noticias article translated and edited for BanderasNews by Marie Callan