A RD$120M market and crafts plaza coming to Higuey
Higuey, Dominican Republic.- A municipal market and a handicraft plaza will be built in the eastern city at a cost of RD$120 million, it emerged Wednesday during the signing of an agreement between the Industrial Competitiveness Development Center (Proindustria) and Higuey’s City Council.
To the proposal to build the market, Proindustria added a special area for a plaza for artisans of nearly 6,000 square meters. The total area of the two sites is 10,371 square meters, at Higüey’s now shuttered free zone.
Proindustria director Alexandra Izquierdo stressed the importance of both facilities, which she affirms will help promote sales of various local products to tourists and locals alike.
Aug 5, 2016
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