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Punta Piedra’s New ‘Misión’ Project Boosts Baja

Baja California’s coastline just got even more appealing with the introduction of the new ‘Misión’ section of Punta Piedra, a stunning residential and tourist complex in the coastal corridor of La Misión. This exciting expansion promises not only breathtaking views but also a significant economic boost, generating over 1,500 jobs during its construction phase.

Andrés Martínez Bremer, the CEO of Grupo Luva, proudly announced the creation of 500 direct and over 1,000 indirect jobs through this project. He paid tribute to the original developers, Enrique Lutteroth Camou and Roberto Curiel Ortega, who started Punta Piedra over three decades ago. Bremer emphasized that Punta Piedra has grown to include ‘Misión,’ a place designed to offer an exceptional lifestyle where nature and sophistication come together to provide a unique experience for residents.

Strategically nestled between Ensenada and Tijuana, near the La Misión bridge, Punta Piedra offers stunning panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Its proximity to San Diego, California, adds an extra layer of convenience for residents and visitors alike. Bremer also highlighted the additional allure of being close to the famed Ruta del Vino in Valle de Guadalupe, making it a prime spot for food and wine enthusiasts.

The new ‘Misión’ section will feature 70 residences, available in four different models ranging from 172 to 249 square meters. These homes will be equipped with advanced technology to ensure maximum comfort and efficiency. Prices will vary depending on the model and other unique features, but one thing is for sure: Punta Piedra is all about exclusivity. The development emphasizes sustainability, with homes featuring solar panels, water-saving systems, and facilities for electric vehicles.

Miguel Aguiñiga Rodríguez, the Secretary of Tourism for Baja California, emphasized that such investments enhance the state’s competitiveness, attracting significant projects and positioning Baja California as a prime destination for investment. He highlighted that the vision of Grupo Luva supports the efforts of Governor Marina del Pilar Ávila Olmeda in attracting capital to the state, generating employment, revenue, and ensuring the state’s reputation as a key player in the country. The ceremonial event also saw attendance from the elected mayor, Claudia Agatón Muñiz, and Lucía Aguirre, the municipal government’s director of economy.

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