Torre Chateau de Puerto Madero
|Torre Château (Château Tower of Puerto Madero)|
The Château Tower (left)
|Location||Azucena Villaflor de Vicenti 300 (1 T)
Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires
|Roof||155.7 m (511 ft)|
|Floor area||60,000 m2 (650,000 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
Obras Civiles y Sergio Grosskopf
The development began with the 2006 purchase of two, 7,000 m² (74,000 ft²) lots in the Puerto Madero section by the Château Group, and was originally intended to include two, 48-story residential towers. The group sold the northern lot to the Madrid-based Rayet Group in 2007, however, and instead built the planned second high-rise on Avenida del Libertador (in the Núñez district).
Work on the neo-Second Empire architecture building began promptly, and by early 2009, 75% of its 190 units had been sold; among the premier real estate developments in the city, the sale price ranged from US$330 to US$470 per square foot.
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