The Art of Living Together
Lichterman Rogers Development Corporation are developing a turnkey eco-luxury apartment complex comprising of forty-two modern and spacious units in a secure and safe environment.
The project will be designed to provide a secure second home investment with the flexibility to serve the growing vacation rental market in Tulum either to complement the second home use or as a dedicated rental unit.
Tulum’s tropical climate offers the luxury of designing spaces unlike those we are accustomed to in northern urban settings. Our architectural direction is to design with an eye on spaciousness, ecological awareness, a response to local climate, and use of indigenous materials in a clean and timeless style while blending the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces
“Whether you wish a quick return, or are planning to make a longer term investment, we are confident that attractive market conditions at this moment, coupled with projected growth in the area of Tulum, make this a uniquely profitable investment opportunity.” Tory Lichterman, Architect
Technical Due Diligence
Union Infrastructure provided the seller with professional services in connection with the sale & leaseback of a an industrial complex in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.
Technical DUe Diligence
Union Infrastructure undertook a detailed technical due diligence inspection and report of 2,750m2 warehouse facilities for an occupational lease.
Union Energía have secured the supply and in installation of a 586kWp carport solar installation for a leading multinational technology company under a 25 year Power Purchase Agreement.
Union Infrastructure have been appointed to undertake several property condition assessments for government entities throughout Mexico.
Union Infrastructure provided Project management & Cost Management services to the complete refurbishment of commercial offices whilst occupied.
Union Infrastructure supported the UKti´s designed space being led by British designer Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen for the 2014 Design Week Mexico. Great Britain was the host country.
Union Infrastructure undertook the design and partial refurbishment of commercial office space in an otherwise fully occupied tenanted building.
Union Infrastructure where engaged to prepare a detailed market study and project feasibility report in connection with the development of a sugarcane to ethanol facility in Mexico.