Palermo Real Estate: The Buenos Aires Barrio With Greatest Demand

Patrick Archer aruba, average prices, foreign investment, real estate

The Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is the largest and most populated in the City of Buenos Aires. It also has the most gallerias and boutiques, the most museums and cultural centers, the most gourmet restaurants, the most Subte stations, the best hospitals, the most miles of Mejor en Bici paths and, of course, the most parks and sprawling green …

Swiss Investors Drawn to Buenos Aires Real Estate

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, hotels & casinos, real estate

A group of 50 executives from Switzerland came to Argentina last week to explore opportunities in the Buenos Aires real estate market. Several members of the group like Hans-Peter Bauer have already invested millions of dollars in the acquisition of BA raw land and properties, according to Telam. Bauer says his group plans to increase their stake in Buenos Aires …

Megaproject Between La Boca and Puerto Madero Close To Approval

Patrick Archer aruba, ba government, real estate

A $900 million mega-project envisioned for the southeastern part of Buenos Aires is on the fast track to approval in the Buenos Aires Legislature. The Solares de Santa Maria project would be built on a 172-acre piece of property between Puerto Madero and La Boca, the largest remaining parcel owned by the City of Buenos Aires. The land in question …

Alvear Tower Puerto Madero Will Be Tallest Building in Buenos Aires

Patrick Archer aruba, average prices, buenos aires events, competitiveness, hotels & casinos, real estate

Puerto Madero has always been a Buenos Aires neighborhood full of superlatives, some grounded in reality and others bordering on urban legend. Now the newest high-rise-kid-on-the-dique will definitely stir the anti-development pot and set a record for the tallest building in Buenos Aires. Grupo Alvear will invest US$130 million to build the Alvear Tower Puerto Madero, a 54-story residential tower …

Puerto Madero Restaurants Rolling Out the Dollar Menus

Patrick Archer buenos aires events, competitiveness, lifestyle

Last year we took a closer look at five Puerto Madero myths and debunked them one-by-one. Now there’s a sixth myth we can add to the list: It’s an expensive place to eat. On the contrary, writes Cronista’s Mariano Gorodisch, with a headline that pretty much sums up his article: “Eating lunch in Puerto Madero can cost half of eating …