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Old November 5th, 2012, 11:11 PM   #221
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PANAMA DIAMOND EXCHANGE TOWER
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Headquarters Panama Diamond Exchange

Panama is the first and only country in Latin America that will include a bag of diamonds. Representatives of the Panama Diamond Exchange (PDE) announced the launch of the project that will allow trade between merchants and diamond jewelery in the region and the world.

With the choice of Panama, this would be the diamond exchange number 28 in the world selected by the World Federation of Diamond Bourses, which is made up of countries like the Netherlands, United States, Japan, Israel and UAE.

With the creation of the PDE is expected to bring entrepreneurs who sell diamonds and other precious stones to Latin America to meet the demands of an expanding market.

The project includes the construction of an office building, which is expected to be ready in 2010 -, which will be located in Costa del Este, in an area of ​​7000 meters square.

Haviv Aviad, executive director of the PDE, a request that they are doing the government is that the bag can be under the same terms and conditions of a company in the free zone, but not located in Columbus. That is, they have benefits such as 0% on export gains tax, 0% tariffs and quotas on imports and exports, 0% tax on turnover and migration facilities for foreign executives.

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Old August 23rd, 2013, 04:16 PM   #222
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Cuidado Hard Rock hotel es una verdadera ESTAFA para los inversionistas extranjeros, liderada por el dueño de Decapolis y Multicentro, el ladrón JACOBO TORRES, y su cómplice el cara dura ROKO IVÁN STEKA. Estos dos personajes ya estafaron a muchos con el Multicentro, vendiendo locales a 100 y presionando por medio de la administracion con situaciones desfavorables para recomprar a mitad de precio. Ahora estan haciendo lo mismo con los inversionistas que invitaron para poder levantar el edificio que hoy se llama Hard Rock Hotel. Los Panameños deben controlar mejor a estos delincuentes de traje y corbata que operan en su territorio SIN NINGÚN problema ! El camino al desarrollo se verá truncado si los inversionistas nos vamos decepcionados de las autoridades y sus leyes. Panamá no creció por arte de magia, alguien trajo el dinero, cuidemoslo !!
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Panama City Skyscraper Projects and Proposals - January 2014
200m and above OR 50 floors+





MEGÁPOLIS NORTIA TOWER

Proposed
Neighborhood: Avenida Balboa
Height: 334m | Floors: 86
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1657978

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CENTRAL TOWER

Proposed/Stale
Neighborhood: Calle 50/Financial District
Height: ?? | Floors: 70
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=596533






THE PARAMOUNT

Under Construction
Neighborhood: Costa del Este
Height: 214m | Floors: 59
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=523980






EVOLUTION TOWER

Under Construction
Neighborhood: Calle 50/Financial District
Height: ?? | Floors: 54
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1414764







BELLA VISTA

Demolition as of August 2013/Prep
Neighborhood: Bella Vista
Height: ?? | Floors: 54
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=518936






COSTA DEL ESTE COUNTRY CLUB

Under Construction
Neighborhood: Costa del Este
Height: ?? | Floors: 54x2
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1222621






MATISSE

Ground Work/Prep Imminent
Neighborhood: Costa del Este
Height: ?? | Floors: 52
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1685332






PARKSIDE

Ground-Work/Prep
Neighborhood: Costa del Este
Height: ?? | Floors: 50
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1561455






SOHO PANAMA

Topped-Out
Neighborhood: Calle 50/Financial District
Height: 207m/147m | Floors: 46/24
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1120585


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Panama currently has 21 confirmed Skyscrapers, 3 more suspected Skyscrapers (based on floor height) and 2 more in the pipeline (Evolution and Bella Vista) for a total of 26 Skyscrapers. If Central Tower and Megapolis materialize that would be 28. That said, Panamanian projects are oftentimes unknown until just before construction begins when the developer will reach out to the media or when the construction site is cordoned off. That explains the dearth of proposals.

I do wish there weren't so many question marks around the heights of buildings but that's Latin America bookkeeping for you.
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this thread shoud have more updates!!
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What happened to Torre Financeria ?
Cancelled due to Latin-style NIMBYism
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this thread shoud have more updates!!
I agree. I'll try to update more. 2014 is probably going to be a slow year as well for Panama in terms of Skyscrapers. There will be a lot more 20-30 story infill, 100m apartments and such but there has been a boom in suburban development so the 250m residentials we were accustomed to is probably slim outside of Costa del Este. The city is, rightfully, investing in infrastructure so there's a myriad of multi-billion dollar transportation projects that I'll post about later.
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Panama City Lowrise Projects and Proposals - June 2014 Updated


ARTS CITY/CIUDAD DE LAS ARTES
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Near Albrook
Cost: $54,000,000
Completion Date: March 2015
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1323583







BIOMUSEO BY FRANK GEHRY + GRAND OPENING
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Amador
Cost: $60,000,000 for building + ~$100,000,000 for landscaping and property purchases
Completion Date: February 2014 (next month!) (Update: Who the hell knows )
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=520279





CASCO VIEJO BEAUTIFICATION AND RESTORATION
Underway
Neighborhood: Casco Viejo
Cost: $Billions
Completion Date: ∞
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=509348







CINTA COSTERA 3
Complete
Neighborhood: Avenida Balboa, Casco Viejo/Old Town, El Chorrillo
Cost: $800,000,000
Completion Date: April 2014 (probably a bit later)
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=538215
http://www.cintacostera.com/







CLEANING OF THE PANAMA BAY
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Citywide
Cost: $750,000,000
Completion Date: Early 2014
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=908820
http://www.presidencia.gob.pa/4759-P...ahia-de-Panama

A few years after this project's complete and Panama Bay will be clean enough for its own beach! Ipanema Panama-style





CONVENTION CENTER
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Amador
Cost: $200,000,000
Completion Date: By End of 2015
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=917368







GOVERNMENT CITY/CIUDAD GUBERNAMENTAL
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Albrook
Cost: $450,000,000
Completion Date: Ongoing; Date of Completion Uncertain
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=974628





HOSPITAL CITY/CIUDAD HOSPITALARIA
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Chiva Chiva/Camino de Cruces National Park :/
Cost: $600,000,000
Completion Date: Ongoing; First Phase by Late 2014
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=974628

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More good pics: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...188735&page=13



PANAMA CANAL POST-PANAMAX EXPANSION
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Panama Canal Zone
Cost: $5,260,000,000 Officially; $6,860,000,000 with "Overruns"
Completion Date: 2015, or 2016 (with all the major problems plaguing the Canal)
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=520253







PANAMA METRO LINE 1 OPENS, LINE 2 BEGINS GROUNDWORK
Line 1 Complete, Line 2 in Planning
Neighborhood: Citywide
Cost: $1,880,000,000
Completion Date: Line 1 Opened March 5, 2014.
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1433647
http://www.elmetrodepanama.com/











TOCUMEN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, SOUTH TERMINAL
Under Construction
Neighborhood: Tocumen
Cost: $936,000,000
Completion Date: First Phase 2014 or 2015
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=474050



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Will expand capacity to 20,000,000 passengers annually.

I will have to post a Part 2 to this list at some point. This covers most of the major projects but I'm missing a ton of other projects: Panama Pacifico, Ocean Reef Islands, Cinta Costera 4, Punta Sur, Costa del Este, 6 Megamalls, Amador Master Plan, Fourth Bridge over Panama Canal, Road Overhaul Master Plan, City Beautification Planning, New Universities, etc.

PS: Panama's economy grew at 8.3% (Update: 8.4%) this year (and that was terribly low according to the press). Panama grew 10.7% in 2012 and 10.8% in 2011. With growth projected to remain in the 8-9% range throughout 2014, there's good chances the number of megaprojects announced or breaking ground will accelerate this upcoming year (It's a presidential year after all)

This, in total, is about $14,000,000,000,000 or ~40% of Panamanian GDP
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I agree. I'll try to update more. 2014 is probably going to be a slow year as well for Panama in terms of Skyscrapers. There will be a lot more 20-30 story infill, 100m apartments and such but there has been a boom in suburban development so the 250m residentials we were accustomed to is probably slim outside of Costa del Este. The city is, rightfully, investing in infrastructure so there's a myriad of multi-billion dollar transportation projects that I'll post about later.
well, little architecture and infrastructures can be much more interesting than big towers, so no problem
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the airport seems amazing!!

the BEAUTIFICATION AND RESTORATION is just great, and, CINTA COSTERA 3, ciudad de las artes and convention center are great projects!!
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the airport seems amazing!!

the BEAUTIFICATION AND RESTORATION is just great, and, CINTA COSTERA 3, ciudad de las artes and convention center are great projects!!
And there's so much more around the bend! Before 2000, Panama City was in its nascent child stage (chaotic, naive, messy, unorganized, powerless). From 2000 to 2010 Panama City entered puberty. It got lots of pimples (ugly apartment blocks) and change was hard (insane traffic, rising inequality, etc.) but by the end it had transformed into a more confident, mature place. Since 2010 I think Panama City is entering adulthood. A City of Arts? Funding for operas? Historic preservation? Parks? Mass transit? Social Security? Increases in minimum wage? Increasing health standards? If you know Latin America you know these aren't the priority items for cities. There's still a lot of work to do though, especially for the 50% of Panamanians who don't live in the Panama City metro area.

Here's a good thread for seeing the change in Panama City at street-level, especially the renaissance going on in the Casco Viejo/Old Town. I know SSC is all about skyscrapers but while Panama has a ton of those, the most drastic changes have been at ground level: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1632517
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Martinelli realizó recorrido por el proyecto Cinta Costera III

Jueves, 06 de febrero de 2014

El presidente de la República, Ricardo Martinelli, en compañía del ministro de Obras Públicas, Jaime Ford, realizó una visita a las obras de construcción de la Cinta Costera FASE III, la cual tiene un avance de 93%, lugar donde mencionó que éstas son las obras que ha desarrollado el actual gobierno para beneficio de los panameños, así conectar a los barrios de El Chorrillo, San Felipe y Barraza con la ciudad, sectores que ahora disfrutarán de un lugar de sano esparcimiento.

“Vamos a conectarla también con la calzada de Amador, que se expandirá a 4 vías, para que los panameños puedan desplazarse de un lugar a otro con mayor rapidez y puedan disfrutar de una vista hermosa de la ciudad cuando lo hagan”, explicó el mandatario a los representantes de los medios de comunicación, a quienes también les manifestó que al inicio esta obra, tan importante, tuvo la resistencia de “tres yeyés” que formaron un “zaperoco” con este tema que le costó 200 millones más al país por hacerlo por fuera.

Igualmente, dijo sentirse complacido y feliz por esta obra tan bonita, que ofrecerá a los usuarios 2.6 kilómetros de paisajismo, una franja verde intermedia que dividirá la peatonal de la ciclo vía, contempla tres miradores y una barrera verde natural que separará el viaducto peatonal con el vehicular, y que está seguro que todos los panameños la disfrutarán.

La interconexión vial entre la Avenida Balboa y la nueva Avenida Los Poetas, mejor conocida como Cinta Costera Fase III, es un proyecto impulsado por el Gobierno Nacional, a través del Ministerio de Obras Públicas y ejecutado por Odebrecht Infraestructura, como una solución vial y urbanística para la Ciudad de Panamá y, ofrecerá una mejor calidad de vida y más oportunidades de desarrollo socioeconómico para las comunidades del entorno de la obra.

"Tenemos mucho interés en el puerto de Corozal", reseñó De Boer, quien dijo a Quijano que Holanda puede transferir a Panamá la experiencia operativa del puerto de Róterdam, el más grande de Europa, que tiene una "logística completamente controlada" y conecta a 500 millones de personas en el mundo.















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El Estado panameño invirtió la suma de 27.7 millones de dólares para la construcción de este edificio, que cuenta con oficinas para los diputados, salones de reuniones, un auditorio con capacidad para 150 personas, cafetería, un estacionamiento para 340 automóviles y otras facilidades.

Además se adicionó un moderno sistema tecnológico para la comunicación, rociadores de incendio, iluminación energética eficiente y vidrios dobles para la reducción del consumo de energía.























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Old February 21st, 2014, 06:04 PM   #238
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The El Dorado Supercenter's makeover is nearing completion:

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March 17-18, 2014 will be the groundbreaking for the new Panama Gem and Jewelry Center. It will be the first major center and marketplace of diamonds, gems and other precious metals in Latin America! Inside will be housed the Panama Diamond Stock Exchange, the first of its kind in Latin America And the architecture of this building is out-of-this-world beautiful!

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Los días 17 y 18 de marzo 2014 se celebra lanzamiento del Panama Gem & Jewelry Center en presencia de los líderes políticos y del sector joyero de Latinoamérica y el mundo. Con su apertura a finales de este año, será el primer gran centro de diamantes, joyas y piedras preciosas en la región de Centro y Sur América, México y el Caribe. En el corazón de este Centro estará la Bolsa de Diamantes de Panamá (PDE), la primera y única bolsa de diamantes en Latinoamérica.



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This thread should be updated more frequently, there are a lot of good projects in panama, malls, buildings, projects at street level... There are a lot of additional projects that are not in this thread and i think they should appear.
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