SAN DIEGO, June 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- ProGreen US, Inc. (ProGreen) (OTCQB:PGUS), today announced that it expects to start construction of the infrastructure of Cielo Mar much sooner than previously estimated.
"With the plans for the first execution phase nearing completion, we now anticipate being able to break ground during the 4th quarter of the 2018 calendar year," said Jan Telander, CEO of ProGreen. "A preview sample of Phase I plan documents has been published on the Cielo Mar website today, and we will of course be adding a completed full view of the plan very soon."
The first phase includes over 500 SFR home sites and more than 150 condominiums; a beach/golf hotel, 18 hole golf course, club house, retail outlets, restaurants, etc.; plus a 5-acre crystal clear manmade lagoon.
"I am very pleased with the progress being made on all fronts," added Jan. "Our ability to move up the timetable from our earlier estimate of the 1st half of 2019, is a reflection of the caliber and experience of the team that we have working on the architectural, engineering and environmental planning of the project."
Cielo Mar - The Future of Living: Located in the Bahia del Rosario (Bay of Rosario), on the Pacific Coast of Baja California, Cielo Mar is being planned as a totally green, 5,000-acre resort-style vacation and retirement community. With a year-round climate similar to San Diego, this planned development gets its name from "cielo", meaning "heaven", and "mar", which means "sea" - making Cielo Mar "Heaven By The Sea".
About ProGreen US, Inc. ProGreen US, Inc. (ISIN: US74327M1027), headquartered in San Diego, California, is engaged primarily with agriculture and real estate land development projects in Baja California, Mexico. Visit our website at www.progreenus.com. Follow us on Twitter: @ProGreenUS.
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