Buenos Aires Tech District Welcomes 100th Company, Property Values Rising

The Buenos Aires neighborhood of Parque Patricios is quickly becoming a hip haven for tech companies, young professionals and small service-oriented businesses hoping to cater to the new incoming wave of tech talent. At the core of the barrio, the City of Buenos Aires Technology District is the magnet which is attracting the talent and simultaneously revitalizing the neighborhood. Clarin’s …

The Race for Numero Tres: Argentina, Colombia Competing for Foreign Investors

During the 1990s, Argentina reported annual GDP numbers over US$150-200 billion greater than South American rival Colombia. Argentina’s financial crisis proved to be a great equalizer a decade ago leaving both Argentina and Colombia with 2002 GDP numbers of approximately US$100 billion. The ensuing decade has been a story of tremendous growth and nearly lock-step movement as the two economies …

VanityBA: Algodon Mansion First BA Hotel Named to Relais & Chateaux Collection

From Gotham With Love. That’s how we summed up our initial impression of the Algodon Mansion in last summer’s issue of InvestBA Privada. Now it seems the hotel that redefined the luxury category in Buenos Aires has joined one of the most exclusive clubs of hoteliers, chefs and restaurateurs. Algodon Mansion is the first and only Buenos Aires hotel to …

Palermo Real Estate: The Buenos Aires Barrio & Brand With The Greatest Demand

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 …

More Yachts, Private Jets & Helicopters Make Annual Punta del Este Pilgrimage

The number of yachts, helicopters and private jets descending on the waterfront playground of Punta del Este has doubled in the past two years, according to a new analysis in El Pais. And while Argentines still account for the majority of all arrivals on private planes and watercraft, the number of visitors from Brazil, the US and other foreign countries …