Sky-High Condo Tower, Sky- High Prices a First in Tijuana

Sayan Campestre is approximately 70 ft taller than Tijuana’s former tallest building, NewCity Diamond Tower; image by Sayan.

The first residents are set to start moving in in June at the 34-story, 404-ft-tall Sayan Campestre tower, the tallest in Tijuana, Mexico, with prices rarely seen in the local market, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported in March. Prices for the 103 condominiums in the tower, developed by Sayan, top out at US$1.35 million. An indication of buyer enthusiasm in a market that has seen numerous towers sprout beginning around 2016, most of the units had been sold by March. In a city with high crime, the property offers 24-hr security and amenities including a residents-only bar and restaurant, a salon, a two-story gym, a private clubhouse, a daycare center and outdoor common areas. The tower overlooks a private golf course, and upper-floor residents can see all the way to San Diego on a clear day.

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