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Old October 10th, 2016, 11:55 PM   #1
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CUBA | Projects & Construction

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LA HABANA l Hotel Prado & Malecón | 14p | E/C


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Oportunidades para la Inversión Extranjera en Cuba

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Oportunidades para la Inversión Extranjera en Cuba
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Una gran cantidad de nuevos proyectos para la inversión extranjera se están desarrollando en Cuba en los últimos años. Durante el pasado año el gobierno cubano presentó su segunda cartera de oportunidades para la inversión que incluyó 326 planes, 86 más que en el 2015. Esos proyectos se encuentran distribuidos a lo largo del territorio nacional y se apoyan en estudios de factibilidad y viabilidad económica realizados por especialistas en el tema.

Las empresas cubanas han aumentado su incorporación al mercado internacional. Actualmente La mayor de las Antillas efectúa intercambios comerciales con más de 75 países. Esto ha permitido que se tripliquen las cifras con respecto a 10 años atrás.

Tanto empresas mixtas, como contratos de asociación y administración han sido aprobados para ser ejecutados próximamente. Un ejemplo son los nuevos hoteles que firmas extranjeras están realizando en las cercanías del malecón de La Habana: Prado y Malecón y Packard

Más de una decena de sectores de la economía se encuentran incluidos en los propósitos de inversión, pero los fundamentales son el turismo, el petróleo y la industria agroalimentaria.

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en esa foto se ve una retroexcavadora en el terreno de la esquina


Havana Cuba
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y ensta foto se ve parte de los carteles que hay en esa barrera


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LA HABANA | Hotel Packard | Restauración | E/C

Architects CR ARCHITECTURE MICHEL REGEMBAL
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Centro Habana_MIN 330_26
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Edificio Bacardi, La Havana, Cuba
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Edificio Bacardi, La Havana, Cuba
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how it use to look inside:

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Havana


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Old October 11th, 2016, 11:57 PM   #10
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So many great projects.

I hope all this, make more bautiful to this nice country

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Old October 12th, 2016, 04:20 PM   #11
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awesome! keep posting!
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Jeez, what is Havana thinking! All those modernist rooftop additions to classical buildings are horrible!

Havana needs to retain its colonial-era charme. It is a unique metropolis with an atmosphere that isn't matched by any other place in Latin America, let alone the Caribbeans. It shouldn't alter, demolish and uglify its historical heritage. Better keep the modernist stuff outside the classical center and old town areas! And La Habana Vieja is a UNESCO World Heritage for a reason.

Other than that, I'm of course happy that Cuba finally opens up and develops. But it really shouldn't happen at the cost of losing its face.
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Jeez, what is Havana thinking! All those modernist rooftop additions to classical buildings are horrible!

Havana needs to retain its colonial-era charme. It is a unique metropolis with an atmosphere that isn't matched by any other place in Latin America, let alone the Caribbeans. It shouldn't alter, demolish and uglify its historical heritage. Better keep the modernist stuff outside the classical center and old town areas! And La Habana Vieja is a UNESCO World Heritage for a reason.

Other than that, I'm of course happy that Cuba finally opens up and develops. But it really shouldn't happen at the cost of losing its face.
Most of these rooftop additions can't be seen from street level. Besides that, Havana is like an open air museum. It's nice to have some modern buildings for contrast with the older buildings. It might sounds strange but a nice old building looks even better with a modern glass box next to it, at least in my opinion.
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Thanks for all the updates el palmesano, also in the Cuban section. Good work!
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Jeez, what is Havana thinking! All those modernist rooftop additions to classical buildings are horrible!

Havana needs to retain its colonial-era charme. It is a unique metropolis with an atmosphere that isn't matched by any other place in Latin America, let alone the Caribbeans. It shouldn't alter, demolish and uglify its historical heritage. Better keep the modernist stuff outside the classical center and old town areas! And La Habana Vieja is a UNESCO World Heritage for a reason.
well, I think that those additions are great. Two of the buildings I posted are only a facade nowadays, so, they will not add any floor, is just that they preserve the facade and build a new building. Only one projects has an extra floor, but very well integrated, that is Manzana de Gomez

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Other than that, I'm of course happy that Cuba finally opens up and develops. But it really shouldn't happen at the cost of losing its face.
don't you worry about it, they have restored a lot of buildings to it's original state, but with other buildings, it don't have sense
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here you have a thread about restorations:

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...600313&page=10
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Thanks for all the updates el palmesano, also in the Cuban section. Good work!

thanks!! is a plasure!
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A truly diamond in the rough. I hope these new "add-on" roofs don't sprout up on most roofs. The building heritage should be preserved because that's makes La Habana unique.
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And so the desecration of Cuba begins...

Next up - the establishment of a central banking system.
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And so the desecration of Cuba begins...

Next up - the establishment of a central banking system.
So you don't think that maybe Havanna should begin to evolve and modernize from it's stand still they have been in for the last 50 years?

And an establishment of a new banking system in Cuba is a GOOD thing because capitalism is a good thing. Communism is a failed ideology and a cancer to this World. Whats next the zionist banking conspiracy horseshit
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