Guaiu – Santa Cruz Cabralia Mixed-Use Development – Bahia - Project Profile
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Guaiu Empreendimentos Imobiliários formed by the groups MK Empreendimentos, Verdemar, KM Empreendimentos e Participações and Marcum Empreendimentos e Participações, is planning to undertake the construction of a mixed-use facility on a 210ha area at Santa Cruz Cabralia village in Santo André, Bahia, Brazil.
The project involves the construction of a hotel, 210 residential units, 25 houses, 100 bungalows, 100 suite rooms, laundry rooms, leisure rooms, a runway and parking spaces.
The project will be developed in three phases. The first phase includes the construction of 110 residential units and a runway. The second phase includes the construction of a hotel, 25 houses, 100 bungalows and 100 suite rooms. The third phase includes the construction of 80 residential units and laundry rooms.
The project is also known as Guaiú Eco-Village and Caio Calfat Consultoria e Participações is responsible for the economic and financial studies.
An in-house division of Guaiu Empreendimentos Imobiliários responsible for design and construction works for the project.
Developers launched the project for commercial sales.
The project is still in process to get required approvals from government agencies.
The project involves the construction of a mixed-use facility at Santa Cruz Cabralia village in Santo André, Bahia, Brazil.
The US$100 million project includes the following: