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Old November 28th, 2015, 08:08 PM   #1
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BUENOS AIRES | World Trade Center - Madero Harbour | 180 m | 590 ft

Madero Harbour

Location: Juana Manso, Lola Mora, Julieta Lanteri, Elvira Rawson de Dellepiana and Camila O'Gorman, Puerto Madero, CABA.
Destination: Residences, offices, shopping center, hotel, convention center.
Height: 77m and 180m
Area: 300,000m2 (approx.)
Architects: Pfeifer-Zurdo, Carlos Ott
Developers: Gnvgroup

Project description:

Madero Harbour with offices, residences, hotel, spa, pools, helipad, green areas, garages and a shopping center with a supermarket, fitness center and cinemas.

The resort features AAA offices with plants up to 650m2, garage and heliport. The diversity of options allows corporations and professionals be in the center of the city, have class services, excellent views and design spaces.

The new business center World Trade Center Buenos Aires is part of Madero Harbour.

Office buildings:

-word Trade Center 1 (20-story tower)
-word Trade Center 2 (tower of 20 floors)
-word Trade Center 3 (9 storey building)
-word Trade Center 4 (9 storey building)


Madero Harbour offers studios, residences of 1, 2, 3 bedrooms and penthouses overlooking the river and city.

The residences feature concierge service, meeting room and a set of amenities dedicated to pleasure, relaxation room, sauna, swimming pools, solarium, gym and green areas.

Residential building:

-Harbour Residences
-Harbour House
-Harbour Tower


The Madero Harbour Shopping Center is postulated as the heart of Puerto Madero. It will have 120 stores of the best brands, 2 large shops, a supermarket, fitness center, restaurants, cinemas and 3000 garages.

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Map: http://www.maderoharbour.com/en/planos/IN ENGLISH

World Trade Center



World Trade Centers Association elected Madero Harbour project to install its headquarters in Buenos Aires and to reaffirm the landing of the brand in Argentina.

Thus, Madero Harbour sum of the brands more recognized worldwide business, expanding its range of services and allowing to obtain your membership important advantages.

After a demanding process in which Madero Harbour must meet all the requirements requested by WTC, it defined Madero Harbour is the place of Buenos Aires for the installation of the headquarters of the World Trade Center. WTC requirements, which has 330 offices in nearly 98 countries, aimed to Madero Harbour could respond to all services offered by the association to its members in the world: strategic location, office buildings, upscale hotel, shopping center , dining area, convention center, business club, bank, supermarket, medical center, VIP residences, parking and art galleries, among others.

WTC membership allows partners to access business information; market research tailored to every need; commercial center digitized information; an exhibition space for products and services of its members in business rounds, whenever a foreign mission arrives in town; business services; international trade workshops on major issues of global and local businesses, just to name a few.

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Old November 30th, 2015, 01:35 AM   #2
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Old November 30th, 2015, 01:41 AM   #3
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Also, the construction site on HD:



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Old November 30th, 2015, 01:59 AM   #4
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What's that grassy area behind the development?
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What's that grassy area behind the development?
Are you asking about the latge area that goes to the water?

That is the "Reserva Ecológica" (ecological reserve) That is an area reclaimed to the Río de la Plata. The Río de la Plata is very wide, you can't see the opposite shore, actually it is an estuary, but it is fresh water, it has a triangular shape and it is formed by the confluence of the large Paraná and Uruguay rivers. It is pretty shallow and easy to fill, as a matter of fact, all that you see in the picture bellow is reclaimed land.

The Reserva Ecológica was one of the last areas to be filled, during the seventies. Originally it was supposed to have some sort of urbanization, but they never did anything after they fill and the land remained abandomned. During the years, the land was colonized by native flora and fauna and some years later it was declared as an ecological reserve.

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Does the WTC area have a metro station servicing it?
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It doesn't. The people who live there often use the car and those who work in the offices walk onto the Downtown (just in front) or take "combis" who go to the Obelisk area.
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Such a shame , is there a plan to build a LRT line servicing the neighborhood and connecting it to the Downtown?
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Such a shame , is there a plan to build a LRT line servicing the neighborhood and connecting it to the Downtown?
No. Puerto Madero is kind of a ghetto area for rich people. Even If there was public transport, nobody would use it.
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