Moishe Mana plans mixed-use project with logistics theme next to airport in Panama

The developer discussed the project during a visit to Panama as a guest at the June 29 inauguration of the nation's new president

Jul.July 20, 2019 04:00 PM

Moishe Mana (Photo by Marsha Halper)

Developer Moishe Mana plans to build a mixed-use project with a logistics hub in Panama City, Panama, next to the city’s main airport.

Mana seeks to buy a large property next to Panama Tocumen International Airport for a mixed-use development called Mana Panama.

The developer discussed the project when he visited Panama as a guest at the June 29 inauguration of the nation’s new president, Laurentino Cortizo

In a press release, he described the planned Panama City project as an “aerotropolis that seamlessly integrates residential, commercial and logistics.”

His press release also stated that Mana Panama would attract transportation-driven companies that value its location as “an excellent access point to the Americas and Europe, as well as … East and South East Asia.”

Mana is founder and chairman of Mana Group, a conglomerate with more than 200 acres of urban land, 200 acres of farmland and 15 million square feet of floor space, plus holdings in agriculture, entertainment, fashion, logistics and technology.

Mana has been an active investor in such Miami neighborhoods as Wynwood, where he has been developing a trade-themed project called Mana Wynwood. – Mike Seemuth


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