Cordoba Real Estate Developer Unveils 5 Tower Love Project

Cordoba has been one of the more resilient real estate markets in Argentina’s interior during the past two years of currency controls. In fact, over 3,700 new real estate deals closed in Cordoba in August alone. Now a local developer is betting on a continuation of Cordoba’s never-ending love for ladrillos with an aptly named megaproject called LOVE. The centerpiece …

Rosario Approves Construction Of New Indoor Arena

The City of Rosario is one step closer to having a state-of-the-art indoor arena to host major concerts, sporting events and the growing number of major conferences and expos that Argentine cities are playing host to annually. Impulso Negocios says the absence of such a facility was long viewed as a competitive disadvantage for Rosario compared to cities like Buenos …

Rosario Megaprojects To Deliver New Waterfront Public Spaces

Major residential high-rise developments in the City of Rosario are on the verge of delivering something of considerable value to a group beyond the developers and unit owners: new waterfront plazas for the general public. According to Impulso Negocios, two of the largest new condominiums in Rosario are nearing completion of public spaces, walkways and waterfront plazas with new shops …

Sofitel Casino Carrasco Opening Postponed Until March 2013

It’s one of the most highly anticipated hotel grand openings in South America, and the anticipation will only grow now that it is being postponed for a fifth time. March, July, September, November and December 15 were the five most recent grand opening dates given for the new Sofitel Casino Carrasco, and the Sofitel website still hypes a Grand Opening …

Interior Motives: Argentina Real Estate Values Rise in Rosario, Cordoba

When it comes to Argentina, most foreign real estate investors focus primarily on Buenos Aires and secondarily on more tourist-oriented destinations with great natural amenities like Bariloche, Carilo, Mendoza or Salta. Often overlooked in the property shuffle are the second and third-largest cities in Argentina: Cordoba and Rosario, with populations of 1.3 million and 1.2 million, respectively. In making the case …