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Top Building Trends in Guayaquil

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Guayaquil, Ecuador is experiencing a bit of a building boom with several new real estate projects, including hotels, business complexes, and shopping centers, which are collectively investing $83 million in the city.

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Original Article Text From El Universo via Google Translate :

More Hotels and Office Buildings Arise in Guayaquil

Three new real estate projects, hotels and corporate, which will invest $83 million, will begin construction in Guayaquil. A boutique hotel, a shopping and business complex corporate, commercial and departments are the recent private sector bets.

The first to begin construction in late December will America Corporate Center, which is driven by the Aries Group. This project, which will include three buildings of five, six and seven stories on Avenue of the Americas, will require $ 15 million to run. Alfonso Jalil, CEO of Aries Group, said the corporate center placed on the market with 144 offices areas between 65 and 715 m². These spaces were first commercialized.

Explained that the buildings are designed to meet the demands of commercial office, niche being developed by the Bank’s lending facilities of the Social Security Institute (BIESS). He also said that local and foreign companies are looking for places with large parking spaces for the convenience of its workers. 440 The work will include covered parking (be located on three floors) and 40 outdoor parking spaces, more than a place to trade and restaurants of 1000 m². Aries Group provides complete our labors in 24 months.

Referred that the facades of infrastructure have been designed with a focus on sustainable and environmentally friendly, it will reduce the use of electricity. Another project that will begin construction before the end of the year is Giardini Boutique Hotel & Residences.

The hotel will feature 32 rooms and 36 apartment units, will need an investment of $ 18 million and will be built in an area of 800 sqm, on the streets between Malecón Imbabura and Panama, in the center. This property of 17 floors and 65 meters high, is promoted by the builder Etinar, Sismoinnova, and Burnet and Associates Architects Lantermo. Diana Moreno, Etinar representative said that the building keeps a vertical garden concept. The facade of the first six floors will have plants that the cover. He said that such models are contemporary and called the interest of potential customers. “The marketing process progresses very successful,” said Moreno.

Lantermo Luigi, who is part of the design team, said the hotel will incorporate a structural control system with seismic sinks. Meanwhile, Constitution Square, comprising six buildings for hotel , and commerce departments, began pre-sales stage. This proposal, driven by construction TerraBienes, requires an investment of $ 50 million. ‘s Square building will begin in September 2013 against the Mall del Sol, in the north of Guayaquil. Is expected to take about five years. “Market research determined that there is an unmet demand for this type of complex. I think Guayaquil is experiencing vertical growth, “said Andres Ortega, executive responsible for the work.

Others projects River Town: Avanza building Bellini, a concept apart-suites resort. This infrastructure will have 16 floors and is part of the complex along with Riverfront I and II, Wyndham and The Point. The latter reached 36 floors (137 meters high). Pronobis is the developer of the project.

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