Cuba Business

Miramar Trade Center to have 18 buildings when completed

Posted September 20, 2005 by publisher in Cuba Business.

The Miramar Trade Center, in the Cuban capital, has become an excellent option that shows the development of real estate business in the Caribbean Island.

The complex of offices and commercial centers, which is under construction, will have 18 buildings and will offer a renting area of 180,000 square meters.

The Miramar Trade Center is being built by the company Lares, owned by the group Cubalse – with a 51-percent share of the business – and the Israeli consortium BM.

The main designer of the complex, in conjunction with Empresa de Diseņo de La Habana, was ZP International Inc., from Canada, which also built the Eaton Center in Toronto.

The buildings are equipped with state-of-the-art technology for voice and data transmission through a system of structured cables, central air conditioning and stable power supply.

Some 150 firms have their offices at the Miramar Trade Center, while other companies have expressed interest in opening their offices in that Havana sector when new space is available.


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