Passive House Construction Site Site Approved in Mexico

Passive House construction site in Mexico has been approved for construction.

The site is located on a vacant land in Tixtla de los Andes, located on the border between Guatemala and the United States.

The construction site is expected to be completed in 2019.

According to the local media, the site has been designed to provide housing for over 200 families, who have to be housed on the site.

The project is estimated to cost around 3.5 million pesos (about $30,000).

The site was designated as a National Protected Area by the government in November, 2018.

The owners have been allowed to develop the site as they wish, with a plan to develop around 5 million square meters (3.7 acres) of land.

The area has a population of roughly 10,000 people.

The property has a history of history, with several homes built on it over the past few years.

The current owners, a construction company, are looking to convert the site into a community center, which will be funded by the Mexican government.