Panama Pacifico Inaugurates Visitor Center

London & Regional inaugurated the visitor center at Project Panama Pacifico.

Friday, April 16, 2010


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Construction of the two buildings which compose it started January 2009 and finished January 2010.

Several companies have stated their intention of participating in the project: 3M, Caterpillar, 3PL Panamericana, Bombasa Latinoamérica, Aggreko, Cable & Wireless, IP Leather, Singapore Technology Aerospace and Yermont Enterprises, among others.

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New commercial project in Panama

August 2008

With an estimated investment of $14 million, the Coronado Mall will have 40 stores, 15 offices, a business center and food court with nine restaurants.

Claudio Valencia - manager of Haus, developer of the project - said that they hope to finish construction in December of next year so that the commercial center can begin operations in the summer of 2010.

$6.40 million to be invested in Malacatan, Guatemala

January 2009

Corporacion Inmobiliaria announced the investment to construct a modern commercial center which will open its doors in 2010.

According to reports from elperiodico.com.gt "The La Trididad (Malacatan) Trade and Business will have a neo-urbanistic design will measure 7 thousand square meters, and will house some 33 stores, in addition to 250 vehicle capacity parking lot.

La Trinidad Mall Opens in Guatemala

October 2010

With a $ 10 million investment, the Trinidad Real Estate Corporation´s new mall will open in November.

Located at the entrance of Malacatán, on the road to the border with Mexico, it will become a key location for trade with the neighboring country.

Antonio Ralda Sarg, general manager of Trinity Real Estate Corporation, told Prensa Libre "...

Panama: “Los Faros” Project Under Trouble

June 2010

A Spanish court declared the company Inmoptions to be insolvent; Inmoptions is commercializing arm of Grupo Mall, developer of real estate project “Los Faros”.

The ruling was a result of a claim filed by Grupo Barceló, to whom Inmoptions allegedly owes over $3 million.

In a press release, Inmoptions stated that it has appealed the ruling, and that it will present the necessary warranties to pay its debtors.

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