Queretaro is an old colonial city located in central Mexico with a very rich history and a lot of monuments.
Queretaro is famous by its Roman aqueduct built by the late Marquis of the Villa del Villar del Aguila, an Old Spanish governor.
The city is known for her many convents as well as for having been the city where Emperor Maximilian from Habsburg was executed by the republican forces.
Queretaro has also suffered a tremendous growth because of the migration of people from the capital as a result of her insecurity, size and stressful way of life.
As a result, the young population of the city has increased rather quickly and many schools have been built because of that.
However the city’s old and conventional provincial life style is about to change.
As a result for her fast growth there is a lot of industrial real estate for lease, for there are people who have big plans for the old city.
The project is about a new city outside the city itself, however not just any city, it will be a city of students.
The city will have everything that the students will require such as restaurants, transportation, bars and an enormous compound of dorms.
This will be of great effect on the country’s economy, for many students from all around the world will find the idea a temping one.
This would also be of tremendous help to Mexico City the capital of the country for the place is becoming nearly impossible to live in.
Naturally, a project of this magnitude would bring a lot of capital and would create an enormous amount of jobs for all levels of society.
The sport industry would also flourish a great deal, because of the investment in infrastructure such as stadiums and all sorts of sports arenas.
Tourism will keep flourishing. Nowadays, Queretaro is one of the most attractive cities in the center of the country, because of its colonial buildings, its historical places and its location, just two hours far from Mexico City.
When Queretaro becomes an outstanding place for education and industrial development, it will be an even more interesting attraction for two kinds of travelers, businessmen and lovers of cultural tourism. That will be a reinforcement for the already strong economy.
This would bring Mexico closer to development and would surely put the country into another perspective.