This property is 300 meters from the $48 million dollar Chorotega Wholesale Market currently under construction as seen in the pictures above.
6.5 Kilometers from the Do It Center, banks, restaurants, gas stations, CIMA Hospital and 14 kilometers to the Liberia International Airport. Water and electric to the lot.
Prime location for related business to the Chorotega Distribution Center.
The Chorotega Market will be equipped with two warehouses with a total of 52,100 m2- for the commercialization of agricultural products. In addition, it will have seven cooling chambers, two freezing tunnels, an administrative area, maintenance workshop and waste management area, as well as areas for loading, parking and circulation.
The project’s global objectives are as follows:
• Improve frequency and supply periods.
• Improve price setting in the region.
• Diversify the supply of food products in the region.
• Distribute safe and quality products to the population.
• Diversify the region’s production system.
With regard to demand, the project will benefit a total of 399,054 inhabitants established in the target area; 81.93% of the population lives in the province of Guanacaste, 11.01% belongs to the canton of Upala and 5.95% to the communities of the central canton of the province of Puntarenas located in the Nicoya peninsula.
Likewise, a total of 1,933 owners of establishments that are dedicated to the distribution and/or elaboration of food products destined for the population indicated in the previous paragraph, will benefit from a locale that will be stocked with quality products, functional supply schedules, low prices, infrastructure for the supply of cold products and infrastructure for the storage of products in their natural state; all this will ensure a supply of varied and quality products in the region.
With respect to supply, the project has the potential of benefitting 17,500 producers, who will have a more direct channel and modern infrastructure for the preparation and sale of their products.
Reference - https://www.bcie.org/en/news/news/article/cabei-to-finance-modern-food-supply-center-in-costa-rica