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Old Posted Sep 7, 2006, 4:38 PM
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SAN JUAN | Projects & Construction

Hello everyone, here's a run down of some projects going on in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

San Juan Metro Construction Projects Rundown:



Current Statistics of buildings 12 stories or higher:

[1] 329 Completed (approx.)
[2] 10 U/C *There's more just don't know how many at this time.
[3] 1 Approved
[4] 3 U/Reconstruction

Most Recently Completed:

[1] The Excelsior Tower @ 182 ft. (2005)

Under Construction:

[1] Coliseum Tower Residences @ 259 ft.
[2] Torre del Cardenal @ 192 ft.
[3] Caribe Plaza @ 21 stories
[4] Torre Laguna @ 18 stories
[5] Torre Ponce de Leon @ 18 stories
[6] Carrion Court Ocean @ 17 stories
[7] Nacar Tower @ 16 stories (2007)
[8] Vistas de la Laguna @ 14 stories (2005/2006?) *This may have been completed by now.
[9] Regency Park @ 20 stories in Guaynabo
[10] The Tiffany @ 21 stories

Approved:

[1] Coliseum Plaza 1 @ 279 ft.

Reconstruction:

[1] Plaza de Diego @ 185 ft.
[2] La Concha Hotel @ 143 ft.
[3] Condado Vanderbilt @ 12 stories

There's much more going on than is listed here, especially in the residential/condo sector. For a more comprehensive list of projects in San Juan regarding the condo boom please click on the following link (thanks to D-Man for providing it): http://www.vivesanjuan.com/

Here's a rendering of the "Tiffany Plaza San Juan" @ 21 stories U/C



Coliseum Tower Residences



Otros Proyectos incluyen:

Puerto Rico Convention Sheraton


Area Lomas Del Mar Resort, Cabo Rojo


Ciudadela - Santurce @ 23 flrs
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Atlantis - Puerta de Tierra, San Juan Bay @ 24 flrs
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Alameda del Museo - Santurce @ 16 flrs
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Gallery Plaza - Condado @ 24 flrs
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Paseo Caribe - Condado @ 22 flrs
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Metro Plaza Towers - Santurce @ 18 flrs
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Torre del Cardenal - Hato Rey @ 21 flrs
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Mirador del Parque - Hato Rey @ 17 flrs
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Capitolio Plaza - Viejo San Juan @ 13 flrs
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Luchetti 1212 - Condado @ 12 flrs
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Ocean View Condominium - Isla Verde @ 11 flrs
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Acqualina - Caparra, Guaynabo City @ 17 flrs


.... etc theres quite a few more so if you'd like to see renderings of the many projects going on please go to this site to view them or click on the link in my sig. titled San Juan Projects: http://www.vivesanjuan.com/

Chaocito.

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Convention Sheraton looks very nice. Pretty nice so far.
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Old Posted Sep 7, 2006, 10:18 PM
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I think that the building called the Puerto Rico Convention Sheraton is a hotel that will be built next to the main convention center called the Puerto Rico Convention Center or PRCC that opened up in Nov. 2005. If i'm not mistaken there are also plans to add some mixed use development/condos nearby.

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Here is a link to some of the office tower projects going on in San Juan -> Proyectos de Oficinas en Construcción

Here are renderings of projects:

Torres del Coliseo - Hato Rey



Edificio Universal Insurance - Hato Rey

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How is the economic crisis affecting these buildings? I remember there were some towers in Chicago that were left unfinished.
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