JPMorgan Chase Announces Global Service Center In Buenos Aires

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JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) yesterday announced the opening of a new global service center in Buenos Aires pointing to several positive factors like cheap real estate, a convenient time zone and a highly skilled labor force which helped the Argentine megacity trump other South American metros like Bogota, Santiago and São Paulo. JPMorgan Opening A Regional Center With 1,000 Professionals is the headline of Javier …

Buenos Aires Class A Office Vacancies, Absorption Both “Healthy”

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Average vacancy rates are rising in the Buenos Aires Class A office market but they are still healthy compared to other South American metros, according to the latest quarterly report from Colliers International. With A Decline In Rents, The Crisis Reached the Office Market is the headline of Alfredo Sainz’ analysis in La Nacion which shows average Class A rents …

AAA Eco Office Sets Buenos Aires Standard For Sustainability

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Like most cities in Latin America, Buenos Aires architects and developers have been slow to embrace green building principles when designing new buildings. But a new AAA office tower is breaking from the pack and setting a new standard for sustainability in Buenos Aires. Rising above the world-famous Avenida 9 de Julio, The Altman Eco Office (Lima 1111) is the first …

Puerto Madero Class A Vacancy Varies By Building & Docks

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Puerto Madero is the Buenos Aires barrio which has seen the most new office construction in recent years, and now the port area’s office vacancy rate is higher than the city average, according to a new report from Colliers International. “More Supply Than Demand” is the headline of Patricia Gutierrez’ article in La Nacion which summarizes the Colliers data. In …