5 Signs The Argentina Real Estate Market Is Finally Rebounding

[soliloquy id=”21125″] The winds of change and optimism are finally blowing again in the streets and offices of Argentine real estate brokers and developers. One week after the Buenos Aires Notary College reported two consecutive months of sales increases, iProfesional’s Patricio Eleisegui offers five signs of a real estate rebound nationwide after three years of decline. 1. Stability of the Blue Dollar: The fact that …

Distrito Arcos: BA’s First Outdoor Premium Outlet Opens In Palermo

[soliloquy id=”20777″] It was announced three years ago and ready to open with retail stores fully stocked and decorated several months ago, but political opposition and legal obstacles put the grand opening on hold. Now Distrito Arcos, Buenos Aires’ first outdoor premium outlet mall, is finally open to the public following the grand opening ceremony on Thursday. An appeals court …

“Bigger & Business-Minded” Define New Wave Of Palermo Hotels

[soliloquy id=”20427″] The latest wave of hotels being built in the popular Buenos Aires neighorhood of Palermo are much larger than their predecessors and increasingly focused on the needs of business travellers. Changes In The Palermo Hotel Profile is the headline of Isabel Stratta’s analysis in iEco of the morphing lodging landscape in areas like Palermo Nuevo, Palermo Soho and …

New Palermo Premium Outlet One Step Closer To Overdue Opening

A high-profile commercial real estate development in Palermo just moved one step closer to clearing an environmental hurdle which has postponed the project’s grand opening since last December. The City of Buenos Aires’ Environmental Protection Agency met yesterday to review the environmental impact study of the new Distrito Arcos, a US$60 million outdoor shopping and dining complex nestled between Palermo …

New Palermo Shopping Center Remains In Retail Holding Pattern

The grand opening of the Distrito Arcos Shopping Center never happened as originally planned in December, and the fate of Buenos Aires’ first open air retail development remains uncertain, according to Clarin’s ARQ. Retail stores like Prune, Street, Tucci and Vitamina are all stocked and ready to open in the new US$60 million retail complex, but a government agency is …