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Nordelta, inside Tigre Partido
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Nordelta district, located at the north of the Tigre Partido, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, consists of a gated community made up of 9 neighborhoods, founded in 1999 and known as the first ciudadpueblo ("city-ville" in English) of Argentina; it is close to the town General Pacheco.
When compared to older gated communities in Pilar, Nordelta's natural features (trees, plants, etc.) stand out as too "artificial", because Pilar's trees, for instance, are very large and mature compared to Nordelta's minimal trees.
Nordelta currently has swimming pools, soccer and tennis fields, a shopping mall, a medical center, a sports club, four private schools, playgrounds, saunas, and more. Also, it was one of the first places in Argentina to have a Telecom communications network of a totally new generation.
The district was built on swampy land after it had been shaped into a series of lakes surrounded by grass and trees, making the place attractive for people seeking a calm life. Consultatio, with Eduardo Constantini as head, was a 50 percent investor in the project.
By the year 2000, 98 people were living in Nordelta.
On December, 2004, 30 musicians on a raft on Nordelta's information center's lake, from the Argentine Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional, gave an open-air concert.
On August 19, Vicentico performed to an audience of 1400 people, with proceeds allocated to the Nordelta Foundation.
Diego Torres held a concert in Nordelta to 3,000 people, sending the year 2006 off with a two-hour party; by the year 2007, approximately 10,000 inhabitants were living in the district.
On May 19, 2007, Horacio Lavandera, along with 30 musician of the National Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Pedro Ignacio Calderón, once again played in a concert in honor of Ludwig van Beethoven. The event was exclusive for property owners of Nordelta and their guests.
On June 2, Gustavo Cerati, a famous rock musician, staged a concert in Nordelta, with over 2000 people attending. Proceeds from the tickets sold were allocated to the charitable organization Nordelta Foundation, to aid Las Tunas.
A severe car accident took place in Nordelta, on October 18, 2009. Four people died when a car sunk into an artificial lake inside the property.
- Solutions Malls: Sistema para Administración de Centros Comerciales
- Club Nordelta
- Telecom: Instaló en Nordelta primera red de nueva generación - Negocios - Asteriscos.Tv
- (Spanish) Telecom Argentina
- Fundación Nordelta
- Fundación Nordelta, compromiso social - Grupo Consultatio
- Fondos Comunes de Inversión, Asset Management, Desarrollos inmobiliarios - Grupo Consultatio
- Un homenaje a Beethoven en Nordelta
- Recital en Nordelta
- Nordelta disfrutó una tarde junto al mejor tenis; La Nación newspaper article
- F. Halfon-Laksman (2009-10-19). "4 muertos al caer en una laguna". Critica Digital (in Spanish).
- La Isla, Nordelta Tigre
- Los Castores
- Los Castores, Nordelta Tigre
- Portezuelo, Nordelta Tigre
- Las Caletas, Nordelta Tigre
- La Alameda, Nordelta Tigre
- Barrancas del Lago, Nordelta Tigre
- "Con salida al Río | Tipos Barrios | Nordelta". www.nordelta.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-05-09.
- Michael Ham Memorial College
- Colegio Cardenal Pironio - Grupo Educativo Marín - Nordelta - Página Principal
St. Luke's College
- Official site
- English version (archived)
- Unofficial site
- Review of Nordelta
- (Spanish) Magazine on Nordelta
- (Spanish) Unofficial newspaper on Nordelta
- Another unofficial newspaper on Nordelta
- Satelital view of Nordelta
- (Spanish) Portal de Vecinos