More Buenos Aires Blocks Zoned For Left-Side Street Parking

Patrick Archer ba government, buenos aires events, lifestyle, real estate

Record sales of new cars this year in Argentina means two things in Buenos Aires: more traffic and fewer places to park. In an ongoing effort to free up curbside parking spaces, the City of Buenos Aires will allow parking on the left-hand side of 489 city blocks in Belgrano, Coghlan, Colegiales, Floresta, Palermo, Villa Urquiza and Villa Ortuzar. The …

Uruguay Has The Fastest & Cheapest Internet In Latin America

Patrick Archer competitiveness, creative class, entrepreneurs, global rankings, lifestyle, real estate, technology, uruguay

Uruguay is the Latin American country where residents have access to the fastest and cheapest Internet service in Latin America, according to a new global study on Internet connection speeds, rates and recent price reductions. The Google-funded “Price of Connectivity in Latin America and the Caribbean” from the University of San Andres reveals several aspects of Uruguay’s fiber optic service which places …

Google Street View Cars Finally Begin Mapping Argentina

Patrick Archer buenos aires events, creative class, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, us companies

Brazil has it. Chile has it. Colombia has it. So when will the country that loves to look at itself have it? Very soon according to Google. Six years after its initial launch in the U.S., Google Street View has been rolled out to a few accessible corners of Latin America. A lack of highway infrastructure, paramilitary zones and small …

Subte’s New “F” Line Will Be The Busiest In Buenos Aires

Patrick Archer ba government, buenos aires events, foreign investment, real estate

Super Size It. That’s what the City of Buenos Aires is planning to do with the next Subte line which will undoubtedly be the city’s busiest when it officially opens in 2019. The “F” Line (Map) is scheduled to run from the Constitucion train station in the south to the Plaza Italia station in Palermo. Along the way, the “F” will …

Bodega del Fin del Mundo Enters Luxury Residential Arena

Patrick Archer agribusiness, average prices, creative class, lifestyle, real estate, wine & vineyards

Luxury residential developments offering private vineyard ownership and private label winemaking are nothing new in Argentina, but it is interesting when well established vineyards make their initial foray into the private ownership arena. Such is the case with Clos del Fin del Mundo, a new luxury residential offering from award-winning Bodegas del Fin del Mundo. Unveiled earlier this week, the 120-hectare …