Located on the shores of one of the main roads of the Capital, the Boyd Roosevelt highway, a mixed project of minimalist architectural composition is being developed, whose original function is to serve as a supply warehouse for an important chain of stores in Panama. With the desire to obtain the maximum use for the project, due to its advantageous location and its proximity to residential areas, it was decided to create an entirely commercial front, thus generating some 22 commercial premises on 2 levels; but maintaining 14 wide galleys that allow to preserve the original purpose of this building.
Ing. Salvador Jaen: Structural
Ing. Alberto Diaz: Electrical
Ing. Manuel Buenaño: Mechanical
Lot area: 60000.00 m2
Built area: 15000.00 m2