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Old Posted Mar 22, 2006, 7:55 PM
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20 - February - 2008

Highrise:

Le Parc Puerto Madero : 43 pisos / 43 pisos / 43 pisos : residencial



Torres Renoir : 47 pisos / 41 pisos : residencial



Le Parc Figueroa Alcorta : 42 pisos / 29 pisos : residencial



Torres Mulieris : 44 pisos / 44 pisos : residencial



Chateau Libertador : 40 pisos : residencial



Chateau Madero : 50 pisos : residencial



Torre Repsol - YPF : 36 pisos : oficinas : Cesar Pelli



Torres Mirabilia : 45 pisos / 45 pisos : residencial



Torres del Yacht : 44 pisos / 44 pisos : residencial



Torre Bellini : 37 pisos : residencial



Palermo Uno: 34 pisos : residencial



Quartier Libertador : 27 pisos : residencial



Torres de Gelly edificio Salguero : 34 pisos : residencial



Gorostiaga 2286 : 18 pisos : residencial



Quartier Boulevard : 38 pisos : residencial



Torre Panorama : 25 pisos : residencial



Oro Tower : 20 pisos : residencial



Punto 260 : 18 pisos : residencial



NIC Palermo : 16 pisos : residencial



ENN 3 de Febrero : 21 pisos : residencial



Torre La Prensa : residential



Hollywood 1 : 20 pisos : residencial



Hollywood 2 : 18 pisos : residencial



Torres de Montañeses : 36 pisos / 18 pisos / 18 pisos : residencial



4343 Rocamora : 21 pisos : residencial



Concepción Arenal 2445 : 24 pisos : residencial



Mendoza 1826 : 19 pisos : residencial



Caballito Nuevo : 34 pisos / 34 pisos : residencial



Puertas de Agronomía : residencial



Piazza Bellini : 26 pisos / 22 pisos : residencial



Green Tower Polo : 27 pisos : residencial



ENN Arce : 25 pisos : residencial



+5411 Juana Manso Boulevard : usos mixtos



Madero Harbour : usos mixtos



ZenCity : usos mixtos



Palermo View : 30 pisos / 27 pisos : residencial



General Paz & Panamericana : 25 pisos : oficinas



Madero Office : 27 pisos : oficinas



Torre del boulevard Square : 25 pisos : residencial



Piazza del Virrey : 14 pisos : residencial



Palermo Twins - Torre Paraguay : 16 pisos : residencial



Palermo Twins - Torre Guatemala : 15 pisos : residencial



Beruti 3039 : 18 pisos : residencial



Libertador 2424 : 18 pisos : residencial



Ruggieri 3045 : 19 pisos : residencial



Altman Amenabar : 18 pisos : residencial



Bustamante 1052 : 16 pisos : residencial



Blue Style : 13 pisos : residencial



Boulevard Plaza : 14 pisos : residencial



Torre Focolare : 13 pisos : residencial




Lowrise

Madero Center : 10 pisos / 10 pisos / 10 pisos / 10 pisos : residencial / oficinas



The Aleph : usos mixtos : Foster & Partners



Palacio Raggio : 5 pisos : usos mixtos



Forum Puerto Madero : 10 pisos : residencial



Bayres Madero: 10 pisos / 10 pisos : residencial



Los Molinos : 8 pisos : mixed use



Working Ocampo : 6 pisos : oficinas



Ex-fábrica La Morenita : 9 pisos : residencial



Quartier Basavilbaso : 10 pisos : residencial



Juana Manso 295 : 9 pisos : oficinas



Live Hotel : 12 pisos : hotel


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Old Posted Mar 22, 2006, 8:37 PM
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i had no idea buenos aires was building skyscrapers. im impressed!!
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Old Posted Mar 22, 2006, 9:38 PM
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Those are some exceptionally striking developments. My wife and I cannot wait to get down there later this year!
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I was a little surprised when I was there a few years back on how few skyscrapers they had for a city with that kind of population. Good to see more going up.
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Wow, there's a lot going on in BA. I especially like Chateau Libertador and Chateau Madero....very classy.
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Old Posted Mar 30, 2006, 7:00 PM
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New !!!

Madero One / Torres del Yatch - Puerto Madero:


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Old Posted Apr 1, 2006, 6:51 AM
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Some very interesting projects. I particularly like Terre Repsol, Pasejo Norte and Palermo View.
Is Madero One Architectonica?
I find Chateau Madero and Libertador silly. Putting quirky mansard roofs 40 and 50 stories up is ridiculous.
How do these developments relate to the ground level. Are they pedestrian friendly?
It's interesting how many projects are twin towers.
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Old Posted Apr 1, 2006, 12:10 PM
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Great stuff. I hope to see BA's skyline for myself some day with all the new towers in it.
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¡Que bonitos! Los rascacielos son muy bonitos, así. Buenos Aires tendré unos de los vistas con rascacielos en la Suramerica. ¡Viva Argentina!
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New !!! Coming soon ... Le Parc Dique IV:


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Construction update !

Repsol - YPF Tower: 23-April-2006:



Torres de Gelly : 04-May-2006:



Le Parc Puerto Madero (2nd tower): 23-April-2006:



Le Parc Puerto Madero (3rd tower): 15-May-2006:



Torres Mirabilia: 04-May-2006:



Mirador de Puerto Madero: 23-April-2006:



Promenade Palermo: 04-May-2006:



Torres Renoir (1st tower): 23-April-2006:


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I just got back from a week-long vacation to BA. What a wonderful city you guys have! I loved every minute of it!
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Great set of buildings going up. All these new towers will really compliment your already beatiful city!

But man... you guys really like to build 'twin' towers, eh? i count 9 sets of twins going up!!!
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WOW! All this huge construction is super duper for a great city, one of the best and most beautiful in the world....

What is the reason or reasons for such a construction boom which seems to be more projects than even new york city or london or just about every other city in the world? Is there a sudden increase in population; Lots of migration? Or a very high natural Argentine birthrate? I don't understand why sooo much all at once here? I mean, it's wonderful but I'm a little perplexed as to why the city is undergoing what seems to be the biggest construction and skyscraper boom in Beunos Aires history? I'm sorry if that is a dumb and/or stupid and uninformed question but I don't really know what is the current economic trends in Argentina because I am just a poor American, thus meaning I certainly can't afford to travel and see things for myself and I am too busy just trying to work and survive in my own little town and I don't have much time to study the current trends in other cities and countries let alone my own huge country....

I see a ton of construction activity in Santiago and several other large South American cities right now too.... Is this all the same reason? Is the south american boom just part of a worldwide city boom or is this something special? Thanks for any help with my questions.... And thank you soo much for posting such an imforming and exciting thread with a lot of great scraper designs! Go B.A.!!!!!!!!!!
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Old Posted Jun 24, 2006, 2:26 PM
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:::: Le Parc Figueroa Alcorta ::::

New residential towers !!

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Buenos Aires 2010!!

Hello people!!I want to share this pics that were than by Danito,on how would it be Puerto Madero district (Buenos Aires) in 2010.

this is how it is now:

And this is how would it be in 2010:




Hope you like it!!!
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Why does the building on the left in the first pic look exactly like that Signature Tower in TO except shorter?
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Looks beautiful, but I wish there weren't so many twins.
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Why does the building on the left in the first pic look exactly like that Signature Tower in TO except shorter?
I don't know,but that tower would be the Ritz carlton tower,but now it seems that it would be built in another place....sorry i don't know much about that tower...
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Great pictures. What's happening with that huge turning building?
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