Uruguay approved the construction of a new city of the future designed for Argentines

The plan includes more than 7,000 homes for some 30,000 people, schools, a private sanatorium, technology companies, parks, and other services. An ecological city, a city of the future.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The project to build a modern city for Argentine families in Uruguay received formal approval from the Legislative body of the city of Colonia. It is a megaplan that includes thousands of houses, companies, several schools, a private sanatorium, shops, entertainment centers, parks with public spaces and a modern technological system for smart homes.

Those responsible for the new city held the vote on Friday night at the Departmental Board of Colonia, which authorized the project, and which today will have the formal announcement of the start of works, with a total investment estimated at US . . .

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