- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
- Size (m2) 70 m2
24 Hour Security
Immersed in the incomparable colonial landscape of Santa Ana, the RED PLAZA building, a 4-level building, UNESCO Heritage and Historical Heritage of Panama, consists of 10 residential units with an average surface area of 70 square meters. There are also 2 commercial spaces available for rent on the ground level.
Completely renovated and equipped with finishes of excellent quality, such as colonial style floors in Spanish porcelain, Scavolini kitchens, Rivo by Scavolini bathrooms, Gessi taps and Smeg appliances. Armored doors and windows with double thermal and acoustic insulating glass. The exclusive, one-bedroom apartments with the predisposition to create a second room, are tailored to the needs of each type of client, from a small family to a young single or a foreign investor seeking a safe investment in a privileged location, perfect to be rented short term for tourists or in the medium or long term for expat or locals looking for a charming environment like the Casco Antigüo.
The building will offer its residents a gym, administration and 24-hour security located in the internal courtyard or social area of the building.
Red Plaza is located in one of the most exclusive locations of Casco Antigüo, on Heliodoro Portugal Street, on the south side of the famous Plaza Santa Ana. The heart of the old colonial district and the point of arrival and departure of the famous Central Avenue , Renewed Pedestrian Street that extends up to one kilometer from Plaza 5 de Mayo, an important local transport center.
Plaza Santa Ana, immersed in the homonymous park, is today considered the most important square in the historic district. During the day, the square is a meeting point for locals and tourists, the nerve center of local commerce, where in a few moments it is immersed in the heart of Panamanian culture, passing by the famous Coca Cola Café that saw its customers famous Ernesto Che Guevara and the former President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt; the recently restored Calle Sal Si Puedes, street of Panamanian popular folk art.
At night, the square is populated by young people and tourists. In fact, nearby Calle 12 is now the center of Panamanian nightlife, with the best clubs, restaurants, bars and rooftops in the city.