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Old Posted Apr 5, 2007, 7:37 PM
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|▲\▼/▲| Torres AURA |▲\▼/▲|

EN CORPORATIVO ZAPOPAN:


AURA ALTITUDE
Project : GRUPO ANIMA
Floors : 43 floors
Height : 171.6 m.
Purpose : Residential
Investment : ~
Construction : GRUPO ANIMA
Developer : FRAVA
Status : CONSTRUCCTION
End : 2008


















AURA PUERTA DE HIERRO
Project : N/A
Floors : 28 floors
Height : 102.6 m.
Purpose : Residential
Investment : N/A
Construction : GRUPO ANIMA
Developer : FRAVA
Status : CONSTRUCTION
End : 2006

http://www.skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=31800


















AURA LOFTS
Project : GRUPO ANIMA
Floors : 31 floors
Height : 93.5 m.
Purpose : Residential
Investment : GRUPO ANIMA
Construction : GRUPO ANIMA
Developer : FRAVA
Status : CONSTRUCCTION
End : 2008






















COMPLEJO HABITACIONAL:







TORRE CORPORATIVO ZAPOPAN
Project : GRUPO ANIMA
Floors : 21 floors
Height : 102.6 m.
Purpose : OFICINAS
Investment : RGI
Construction : GRUPO ANIMA
Developer : FRAVA
Status : EN CONSTRUCION
End : ~2009






TORRES CLUB VIEW
Project : GRUPO ANIMA
Floors : TORRE 1 - 29 + Cuarto de Maquinas
TORRE 2 - 20 + Cuarto de Maquinas
TORRE 3 - 5


Height : ~100.0 mts.
~75.0
~25.0

Purpose : Mixed
Investment : GRUPO ANIMA
Construction : N/A
Developer : FRAVA
Status : ON HOLD
End : ~2009-10










AURA PROVIDENCIA
Project : GRUPO ANIMA
Floors : 11 floors
Height : ~42.0 mts.
Purpose : Habitacional
Investment : GRUPO ANIMA
Construction : N/A
Developer : FRAVA
Status : EN CONSTRUCION
End : 2008















AURA COUNTRY

Project : GRUPO ANIMA
Floors : 10 floors
Height : ~40.0 mts.
Purpose : Habitacional
Investment : GRUPO ANIMA
Construction : N/A
Developer : FRAVA
Status : ON HOLD
End :












AURA ARENA BLANCA

Dirección
Carretera Cruz de Huanacaxtle-Punta Mita, KM4
NO. Oficial 126 Poniente, La Cruz de Huanacaxtle,
Bahía de Banderas, Nay.




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Old Posted Apr 6, 2007, 5:27 PM
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Ahora hay que subir imágenes reales.
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Old Posted Apr 9, 2007, 1:44 AM
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Hace poco subieron fotografías de la Torre A. Altitude, ojala y pudierna mostrar una fotografía reciente de los tres edificios


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Old Posted Apr 9, 2007, 1:45 AM
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Por cierto, el entramado del Corporativo Zapopan es parte de la estructura o solo es el diseño de la fachada??


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Me falto subir esta imagen...



Y el "salón de Ventas" de Grupo Anima (según un forista que trabaja para ellos), ubicado también en Puerta de Hierro...
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Y para los que pidieron fotos actualizadas.

Aqui tenemos a la Altutude ya con su maxima altura...!!!








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Old Posted Apr 10, 2007, 4:52 PM
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Altitude está increíble!! oooohhh la la!

No quiero imaginar la vista que ha de tener
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Old Posted Apr 11, 2007, 4:26 AM
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Son fotos mias, ja!

Están un poco obscuras ya que las tome casi al ocaso.


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La Altitud esta enorme!!!
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no mamen!!! la altitude se va a romper!!!!!
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Si se ve de miedooo la altitude muy anorexica tambien, ajjaja
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La torre corporativa zapopan, donde estará ubicada, esta torre me gusta mucho, parace como si estuviera enredada en hilos.
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^^ Esta a un costado colindando con la Torre Aura Puerta de Hierro.

Esta es la cimentación de dicha torre...!

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Gracias Geo. Increible se va a ver muy bien terminado el conjunto. Uno de los mejores skylines de LA
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Beware!!!!

I recently visited Mexico in search of investment properties for some of my clients who had been approached by a Real Estate firm that responds to the name of FRAVA. Being that I was on my way to Mexico City I figured I could make a quick stop and visit some of the projects developing in Guadalajara. Wisely, I didn't fall for the nice brochures like the clients who had instructed me to stop by, did. I wanted to physically see what they were up to. I was taken to Aura Lofts and Aura Provadensia. The projects looked fantastic on paper, but once I saw them in real life, I was stunned. Not for their beauty, but for how these people could misslead anybody into thinking they are selling a "first world" product (as the sleezy rep appointed to show me around) emphasized so insistently. It shows he has never left his backyad before...

First of all, they are cheaply built. Interiors look great on the brochure...reality is: There are no interiors, they are delivered bare, empty....nada! A few cheap chinese light switches, no light fixtures, just a bulb hanging from the ceiling on two wires...the worst taste in economical built-ins (a Stove top and dish washer), sloppy masonry, imitation everything and mainly cardboard, chalkboard and stucco walls... and yes, put together very cheaply. There are no closets, and the few shelves and doors included, are made of MDF.

Oh...I almost forgot: There are these horrible yellow gas tubes running up and down the exterior of one of the sites and was informed by Mr. Sleeze, (my guide and later found out, project manager), this was the result of a tube size miscalculation in the duct chambers, so obviously the chambers are now empty and these gas tubes, which are obviously exposed and painted bright yellow, are now supposed to be portrayed and interpreted as "ART".

The workmanship is horrible. Not a straight line or wall. Some of the chalkboard unions were literally falling apart. I can't believe they are charging what they are and getting away with murder. I figure this will blow in their faces when delivery time comes, but certainly not something you would see in Manhattan (other than the price).

To be honest, I saw much better projects built in the ghetto's and suburbs there. Please, there is no comparison! I was presented with probably the lowest quality of construction I have ever seen in Mexico. How they got away with building inspectors not calling the faults is beyond me, but apparently, being way behind schedule on delivery gives these people Carte Blanche to slap together what ever they can find , in order to comply with the demand of desperate buyers awaiting delivey of their unfinished properties. Boy are they in for a surprise!!!

Sad to see an "Up and rising" group, crash and burn on their maiden voyage project just to pocket someone's money. My people will have nothing to do with this, that I can guarantee.

I was later that day invited by "Mr. Sleeze" to visit their Puerto Vallara projects (all expenses paid), being that it is just a 20 minute flight and an overnight stop off, but I passed. I told him I would take a raincheck on his invitation for a latter trip and headed back to my hotel to zip on a few Margarita's. You kidding? You could be shot walking around with this guy after seeing what they were up to.

Not a project I would be interested in participating or having my people invest. I have a reputation to maintain... I guess these people don't.

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Don't panic now! I have seen horrible projects in other places too and they too pride themselves with quality that is non-existent, however I would not judge a everything on just one project.
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Adicionalmente, Torre Altitud y Aura I se entregan en obra negra, es decir no hay acabados interiores. Solamente Aura providencia y esa no es una torre de lujo; respecto a Lofts, no sé que acabados tengan.
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