City of Future

TulumGardens is a “city of the future.”

TulumGardens is designed as a neighborhood with social activities and stores.

The Tulum train station connects TulumGardens with the Tulum International Airport and with Bacalar, Cancún, Campeche, Chichén Itzá, Mérida, Palenque, Playa del Carmen, Valladolid and other urban hubs on the Yucatan Peninsula through high-speed trains.

TulumGardens is a self-contained residential community where most daily necessities are within a 10-minute walk. Common areas, 10-foot wide sidewalks, wide streets, parks and many other amenities are designed to foster interpersonal relationships.

Your decision for TulumGardens is more than buying a piece of land or a house.

You create your future paradise here in Tulum and you are supporting real sustainable development on our planet.

TulumGardens is owned and managed by German and Mexican engineers. The owners will use all proceeds from the sale of TulumGardens to support an open global civil society to achieve a world in balance based on climate justice. In the past, the owners have worked with friends to initiate and support sustainable projects around the world, such as:
In the Home Owner Association that is in the process of forming for Tankah 3 and 4, the engineers are lobbying with a proposal to rehabilitate the road: If each unit owner contributes a $7,000 one-time payment to the community, the 2.2 miles (3.5 km) of Tankah Road can be fully upgraded, paved and sidewalks installed. In the process, power lines can be safely buried, fresh water piped to each property, and wastewater treated at a centralized treatment plant. Both areas, the one where the fresh water is produced and the other where the wastewater is treated, can be covered with a solar park and the energy proceeds will benefit that new Tankah Home Owner Association Tankah.

We believe in the importance of protecting and conserving the world’s forest ecosystems and thus encourage everyone to support forest restoration projects, like Eden Reforestation.
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