CONDADO TRIO CONTRACT SIGNED.
The process to revive the Condado Trio project moved forward with the signing of a contract between The Corporacion de Desarrollo Hotelero (CDH Congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH)
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v. re·de·vel·oped, re·de·vel·op·ing, re·de·vel·ops
1. To develop (something) again.
2. the Condado Vanderbilt and La Concha concha /con·cha/ (kong´kah) pl. con´chae [L.] a shell-shaped structure.
concha of auricle hotels, which could reopen by Sept. 2004, reports El Nuevo Dia (July 3, 2002):
The remodeling remodeling /re·mod·el·ing/ (re-mod´el-ing) reorganization or renovation of an old structure.
bone remodeling and rehabilitation of the properties, which Will revive the Condado (San Juan's traditional tourism and Residential neighborhood), is estimated to cost U$183.3 million. During the next 6 months, IH will focus on finalizing plans and obtaining permits. Construction is scheduled to begin late this year, or early In 2003, said CDH President Milton Segarra.
IH President Hugh Andrews said UBS UBS Union Bank of Switzerland
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