Costa Rica: Ministries Seeking Rental Office Space

For a monthly payment of $ 162 thousand dollars the Ministry of Finance and the National Production Council are seeking new offices.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

In the case of the Ministry of Finance $ 118 thousand dollars will go for new offices.

"Meanwhile, the impending sale of the central office of the National Production Council (CNP), in the outskirts of La Sabana, forces the search to find office space. The first option being considered is renting two floors at the Institute of Municipal Promotion and Advice (IFAM) in Colegios, Moravia," informs the article in

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Korean Investment in Costa Rica

July 2012

EPC Engineering will provide, from San Jose, design services for civil engineering and architecture projects by Santos CMI y POSCO E&C in Latin America.

A statement from the Ministry of Foreign Trade reads:

First services company founded on Korean capital arrives in Costa Rica.

New Office Complex in San Jose

March 2011

Located in the west side of the capital, in areas of growing demand for office space, Escazú Corporate Center will be the first and most modern multipurpose complex in Costa Rica.

The start of construction of Escazú Corporate Center (ECC), a modern corporate tower of 20.400 m2 and eleven floors, gives birth to the first and most modern multipurpose complex in Costa Rica, working under the free zone regime, which makes the proposal more attractive.

Honduras: Rent in Free Trade Zone Decreases

May 2009

The National Port Authority announced a drop in warehouse rental rates in the Puerto Cortés free trade zone.

Roberto Crespo Montalbán, general manager of the National Port Authority, reported that the measure is aimed at encouraging the entry of new firms, as well as the reopening of activities by those that closed.

Panamanian Rental Demand Down by18%

May 2009

During the first quarter of 2009, demand for rentals fell by 18% when compared to the same period last year.

Norma Thrush, chairperson of the Property Owners Association of Panama (API), told "I think things might improve. We are not complaining thus far. Thousands of buyers were affected because they bought during the height of the building boom in order to resell or rent."

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