CARR 1, KM 21.3 Bo. La Muda Guaynabo, PR 00969
for sale | Commercial | Built in 1995
- Available Immediately
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About CARR 1, KM 21.3 Bo. La Muda, GUAYNABO, PR 00969
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Guaynabo is an upscale suburb of San Juan, covering nine barrios and Guaynabo Pueblo, the downtown and administrative center. More than other Puerto Rico regions, Guaynabo is primarily composed of gated communities, many of which were developed in the 1990s and 2000s, supported by the city’s urban planning. Guaynabo was also the first municipality in Puerto Rico to use English as a primary language on street signs and government buildings, though Spanish remains the dominant spoken language. Guaynabo was the first European settlement in Puerto Rico, home to Juan Ponce de León, the first Governor of Puerto Rico, in the early 1500s, and it served as the region’s capital, before it was switched to present-day Old San Juan. Guaynabo hosts the popular three-day long Carnaval Mabó in February every year. The festival celebrates Cacique Mabó, a pre-Columbian indigenous tribal chief of the area, with a parade, music, and other cultural events.