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The fate of an ambitious housing complex in the bay of the capital seems to hold the answer to how viable the reactivation of the west of the capital is, experts say
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July 16, 2022 at 05:02
Two towers of 34 floors each facing the sea. Homes, offices, green spaces, sports fields and themed barbecues. It’s about a ambitious urban project that will not be developed on the east coast of Maldonado or in Carrasco. Montevideo Harbor —as the complex will be called— will be west of the capital, in Bella Vista. 10 minutes from the abandoned General Artigas Central Station and in an area of gigantic sheds.
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