Nya, the mixed-use real estate development that is being built in Liberia, Guanacaste, shows an 85% progress in the earthmoving process and it is expected that the vertical development will begin its first stage of construction by the end of this year, after the approval of the permits in progress. The company estimates that employment generation will be around 800 jobs: 500 direct jobs through the construction company and 300 more indirectly.
The project, which started earth movements last March, was part of the presidential tour in the province of Guanacaste. As part of the visit, the President of the Republic, Rodrigo Chaves, Vice President Stephan Brunner, the Ministers of Tourism, Commerce, Communication and Science, Innovation, Technology and Telecommunications, as well as other government representatives, deputies, and several mayors of Guanacaste.
“Nya means “tree” in the Chorotega language. The name could not be more appropriate. This Project symbolizes that the wall can coexist with the tree, that a roof does not have to cover the sky, that development can, and should, be intertwined with the well-being of the planet,” said President Chaves Robles.