"There are several types of establishments that would be perfect for Phase One of the project," Seay explained, listing potential leaseholders. "A pharmacy, a grocery store and a tour company are all good choices," she said, adding that "a bank with an ATM, a real estate office, a clothing store, a hardware store and executive offices" would be ideal tenants.
Seay said that the Hacienda Matapalo Commercial Center is, without question, the most anticipated non-residential project in the entire region. "Even prior to our official announcement, word of the commercial center had begun to spread," she admitted, "and now there are several people who are eager to lease space for their businesses."
Seay also pointed out that with the growing interest of health care in the region and the booming health care tourism industry, the Hacienda Matapalo Commercial Center is a great location for various medical services.
"We are looking forward to having a medical clinic at the commercial center," said Seay. "We've already had inquiries from a multitude of specialists who can provide services from pediatrics to emergency medicine." A medical clinic would give the Hacienda Matapalo Commercial Center the finest health care facility in the region next to Hospital de Osa in Cortes.
While Seay could not disclose specific names of those who have already signed up to be included in the commercial center citing confidentiality agreements and individual timelines, she said several notable brands and identities have committed to the project.
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