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 …

What Are The Most Expensive Hotel Markets In Argentina & Uruguay?

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Punta del Este and Villa La Angostura top the list of the most expensive hotel markets in Argentina and Uruguay, according to new data released from travel search engine Trivago. The analysis of average hotel prices in 33 major markets in Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay ranked Villa La Angostura second overall at US$138 per night and Punta del Este …

New Report Highlights Palermo Sur Real Estate Market Activity

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New construction real estate activity in the traditional Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Sur is down in terms of the number of projects but up in terms of total square footage, according to a new report from Reporte Inmobiliario. In Palermo Sur, the 76-block barrio bordered by Palermo Soho to the northwest and Almagro to the south, the total number of …

Montevideo Shopping’s Multi-Million Dollar Expansion For Forever 21

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Montevideo Shopping, the first indoor shopping center in Uruguay, is undergoing a US$6 million expansion in order to welcome the Uruguay flagship store of Los Angeles-based retailer Forever 21. The new multi-level wing of the galleria will feature over 20,000 square feet of retail space in addition to a warehouse and logistics center to receive the low-priced merchandise popular with …

Argentina Real Estate Developers Look To Post-Election Rebound In 2016

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Argentina real estate developers are looking to 2016 as the year market activity will finally rebound after three consecutive years of currency controls and sluggish sales. Make that four if you throw 2015 into the mix which most analysts are wont to do. How Will The Real Estate Market Recover After Another Difficult Year? is the headline of Leandro Ferreyra and …