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Here I will show you about Panama. Many will be surprized by the way this small country located in the middle of Colombia and Costa Rica is doing this days, and how much more will be doing in the days to come. With more than 150 buildings under construction with 40 floors or more, includind latinoamerica´s highest skyscraper with 390 meters, plus many other towers that surpass the 200 meters, the Isthmus, once known for the Canal Zone and the US Invasion, has become the land of development in the last four years, attracting many foreigners and locals to buy or invest in all this new projects.

Some pictures for you to enjoy,



Punta Pacifica located in the Pacific Coast.


Balboa Avenue, aerial view of Punta Paitilla


Panoramic view of the city, taken from the Pacific Coast


More of the growing metropolis


The golden sun hits some panamanian skyscrapers with a touch of asian air



Night view showing Balboa Avenue, where currently is under construction Latinoamerica´s highest building, the Hilton Ice Hotel & Tower
 

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Whoa! Hong Kong of the Caribbean!
 

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muy bonita! me encanta
 

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Video containing the renderings of all the projects under construction, approved or proposed in Panama City. There are more than 200 projects.

 

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Here I will show you about Panama. Many will be surprized by the way this small country located in the middle of Colombia and Costa Rica is doing this days, and how much more will be doing in the days to come. With more than 150 buildings under construction with 40 floors or more, includind latinoamerica´s highest skyscraper with 390 meters, plus many other towers that surpass the 200 meters, the Isthmus, once known for the Canal Zone and the US Invasion, has become the land of development in the last four years, attracting many foreigners and locals to buy or invest in all this new projects.

Some pictures for you to enjoy,



Punta Pacifica located in the Pacific Coast.


Balboa Avenue, aerial view of Punta Paitilla


Panoramic view of the city, taken from the Pacific Coast


More of the growing metropolis


The golden sun hits some panamanian skyscrapers with a touch of asian air



Night view showing Balboa Avenue, where currently is under construction Latinoamerica´s highest building, the Hilton Ice Hotel & Tower
The last picture is very panoramic, nice towers! I like it.
 

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Panama is working its way to become a first world country. Soon it will be the Singapore of Latin America.
 

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This is awsome!

Panama has an impressive growing up rate! And I know that it w`ll become a First world contry soon!! :D
 

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awsome!!THE PICTURES ARE AMAZING!!!!

panama city is a amazing city...AND has A BEAuTIFUL SKYLINe!!!!!

... but i don't think that panama will be "first world country"... because just there are projects in the capital and what about other panamean Cities? i think panama should to work in all its cities and states and not just in the capital..... BRASIL AND mEXICO are a clear example in latinamerica because they are bulding big projets in a lot of their cities (states) .....

i'm sorry, but i can`t speak english very well!
 

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awsome!!THE PICTURES ARE AMAZING!!!!

panama city is a amazing city...AND has A BEAuTIFUL SKYLINe!!!!!

... but i don't think that panama will be "first world country"... because just there are projects in the capital and what about other panamean Cities? i think panama should to work in all its cities and states and not just in the capital..... BRASIL AND mEXICO are a clear example in latinamerica because they are bulding big projets in a lot of their cities (states) .....

i'm sorry, but i can`t speak english very well!

And neither understand :lol:

Nobody here has said Panama will be the first world country in Latin America. You're right, Panama don't have many cities and states as Brasil, for example. That's completely obvious due to Panama population -> 3 million people.
But it doesn't mean that because Mexico's population is larger than Panama and has more cities :)nuts:), will become FW country faster than Panama. There is no a clear relation between those factors. Although, the majority agree that a "booming" country with few population has better "chances" compared to a "normal economic-active" country with a largeee population.
And also the "larger poor booming countries in the world" such as India and China, are involved in a slow process of develpoment. Try to include 200 million of people in the boom, and then separately; try to include 3 million people to the same boom. You will feel the difference in terms of time and range.

I'm not sure if you will understand what I wrote... But I just needed to answer you.

Anyway, I'm sure you misunderstood the title of this thread:
PANAMA, LATIN AMERICA´S FIRST CONSTRUCTION CITY

That's means (En español):

Panamá, primera ciudad Latinoamericana en actividad constructiva


Está muy lejos de decir: Panamá, primer país primer mundo en AL.



Cheers

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awsome!!THE PICTURES ARE AMAZING!!!!

panama city is a amazing city...AND has A BEAuTIFUL SKYLINe!!!!!

... but i don't think that panama will be "first world country"... because just there are projects in the capital and what about other panamean Cities? i think panama should to work in all its cities and states and not just in the capital..... BRASIL AND mEXICO are a clear example in latinamerica because they are bulding big projets in a lot of their cities (states) .....

i'm sorry, but i can`t speak english very well!
I´m sure it will be someday (not so far away), nobody said when, but you are wrong to think that all projects are located only in the capital, there hundreds of other developments all across de isthmus, is just that they aren´t tall skyscrapers, are mainly other infraestructures as resorts, hotels, villages, public infraestructure, roads, residentials, etc,
 

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MORE ABOUT PANAMA'S FUTURE

My believe is that Panama is going to become one of the most developed cities in the region, mainly due to how fast is growing. Within 5 years, with poor advertisement internationally, with newcomers on the real estate industry, with no great infraestructures to offer to the development, is doing just great. Panama only needs the hand of either the politics with vision or the private investors to grow even faster. We do need a first world transportation system urgently, so if there are investors looking to make some money, please visit, search, and understand why your investment will be assure in Panama. Panama needs more. It needs better water systems, waste and pollution controls, including garbage. I am mentioning these issues not as negative points but as opportunities that are there for those with vision to do something and be part of the future.
 

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tough?

And neither understand :lol:

Nobody here has said Panama will be the first world country in Latin America. You're right, Panama don't have many cities and states as Brasil, for example. That's completely obvious due to Panama population -> 3 million people.
But it doesn't mean that because Mexico's population is larger than Panama and has more cities :)nuts:), will become FW country faster than Panama. There is no a clear relation between those factors. Although, the majority agree that a "booming" country with few population has better "chances" compared to a "normal economic-active" country with a largeee population.
And also the "larger poor booming countries in the world" such as India and China, are involved in a slow process of develpoment. Try to include 200 million of people in the boom, and then separately; try to include 3 million people to the same boom. You will feel the difference in terms of time and range.

I'm not sure if you will understand what I wrote... But I just needed to answer you.

Anyway, I'm sure you misunderstood the title of this thread:
PANAMA, LATIN AMERICA´S FIRST CONSTRUCTION CITY

That's means (En español):

Panamá, primera ciudad Latinoamericana en actividad constructiva


Está muy lejos de decir: Panamá, primer país primer mundo en AL.


So relax, and take a nap....


Cheers

:cheers:
DO YOU NEED TO BE THAT TOUGH?
 

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It is a very rough and harsh comment for a moderator, very disappointing.
And neither understand :lol:

Nobody here has said Panama will be the first world country in Latin America. You're right, Panama don't have many cities and states as Brasil, for example. That's completely obvious due to Panama population -> 3 million people.
But it doesn't mean that because Mexico's population is larger than Panama and has more cities :)nuts:), will become FW country faster than Panama. There is no a clear relation between those factors. Although, the majority agree that a "booming" country with few population has better "chances" compared to a "normal economic-active" country with a largeee population.
And also the "larger poor booming countries in the world" such as India and China, are involved in a slow process of develpoment. Try to include 200 million of people in the boom, and then separately; try to include 3 million people to the same boom. You will feel the difference in terms of time and range.

I'm not sure if you will understand what I wrote... But I just needed to answer you.

Anyway, I'm sure you misunderstood the title of this thread:
PANAMA, LATIN AMERICA´S FIRST CONSTRUCTION CITY

That's means (En español):

Panamá, primera ciudad Latinoamericana en actividad constructiva


Está muy lejos de decir: Panamá, primer país primer mundo en AL.


So relax, and take a nap....


Cheers

:cheers:
 
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