Luxury developer Bolívar spreads its wings beyond El Salvador
El Salvador's Inversiones Bolívar continues to invest in high-end housing, not only in its own country but in the rest of Central America.
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Its most recent project, Torres 105 Campestre, twin towers with a total of 100 apartments, was inaugurated last week in San Salvador where it has already become an urban icon.
In the northwest of the city construction will take place of Ciudad Maya, a luxury residential complex which integrates a commercial area, a corporate area, an apartment building, and other recreational areas.
The real estate conglomerate opened a 25-storey, 110-meter tower called “El Pedregal”.
The Salvadoran company has three new projects in El Salvador, where it will build housing and divide entire areas into lots.
The first 21-floor tower of the development “325 Rio de Piedras” from Inversiones Bolivar will be completed by June of 2009.
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