President Luis Abinader delivers 400 apartments in San Luis

President Luis Abinader went to San Luis, municipality of Santo Domingo East, where he led the delivery of 400 new apartments, which also have green areas, sports and recreation, for the enjoyment of the whole family.

Upon his arrival, the president visited the playground where the children were having fun with their parents.

The Minister of Housing and Buildings, Carlos Bonilla, said that with this act, the number of homes delivered nationwide with the Mi Vivienda plan surpassed 6,000.

“This is a historic figure that no other government had ever reached. This shows that we keep our word and that you will always be able to count on us”.

He added that they will continue working to improve the quality of life of all Dominicans and that they will not have to pay rent.

Specifically in Mi Vivienda San Luis, 1,700 apartments have already been delivered in 2023, for 70% of the totality of this project, with an investment of more than DR 7,172 million.

This plan has three phases called San Luis I, San Luis II and San Luis III, in which 2,008 3-bedroom apartments and 452 2-bedroom units will be built.

The project has created more than 5,400 direct and indirect jobs.

President Luis Abinader was accompanied by Vice President Raquel Peña; the Minister of Public Works and Communications, Deligne Ascención; the directors of Propeep, Roberto Salcedo; of Supérate, Gloria Reyes; of the Social Plan, Yadira Henríquez; of Inespre, Iván Hernández; of the National Cadastre, Héctor Mirambeaux; of the National Police, Major General Ramón Antonio Guzmán Peralta; the president of the Presidential Commission for Neighborhood Development, Rolfi Rojas; the coordinator of the Social Policy Cabinet, Tony Peña Guaba; the commander general of the Dominican Air Force, Carlos Febrillet Rodríguez; Father Rogelio Cruz and Dr. Antonio Cruz Jiminian.

Also, the deputies, Alexis Jiménez; Bertico Santana; Adán Peguero; Juan José Rojas and Carlos De Jesús; the parish priest Juan José Silva; the councilwoman Wendy Cepeda, and others.

Source: presidencia.gov.do

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