The Alvear Tower
Tallest Building in Argentina: standing at a height of 838 meters. It is a hotel and residential skyscraper in the Puerto Madero district of Buenos Aires. The building has a number of distinctive features, including the fact that it is the tallest in the country.
Currently the only building in the world that is taller is the Sydney Opera House, but the Argentine capital is currently on the verge of setting the record. Hence 2017 is the projected completion date for the Alvear Tower, which will feature 175 condos and a five-star hotel. Each unit will be around 330 square feet and will almost cost around $130 million to build. It is one of the 20 tallest buildings in South America.
Currently, four skyscrapers in South America are over 200 meters tall, with another one in the works. While there are many tall buildings in the world, many of them are located in central business districts. Those in Buenos Aires include the Parque Central Complex, the Catalinas Norte Business District, and the CentrInfinity o Empresarial Nacoes Unidas.
Torres Le Parc: Tallest Building in Argentina
Until 2002, the Torres Le Parc was the tallest building in Argentina. It stood at 158 meters tall and had 51 floors. In addition to being a residential skyscraper, it also houses offices and a hotel. The tower is a distinctive feature of the skyline of Buenos Aires and is surrounded by an eight hundred square meter green area.
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