An 85,000 m2 Mixed-use Office and Retail Complex
Located in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires’ newest and most glamorous neighborhood, Juana Manso was designed from the ground up to create a center for the social and commercial life of the neighborhood. Puerto Madero is a late 19th-century dockland area that was defined by British industrial architecture before it was transformed into a vibrant residential, office and leisure district. International architects have contributed to the area’s revitalization with prominent new buildings, including a residential complex by Foster + Partners, KPF’s Telecom tower, Philippe Starck’s Faena Hotel, and Cesar Pelli’s Repsol tower. In 2007, Santiago Calatrava created one of Bueno’s Aires architectural milestones, the Puente de la Mujer. The rotating bridge emphasizes Buenos Aires’ most prominent axis (Avenida de Mayo), which connects the Congress with the Government house and Puerto Madero. Juana Manso sits along this axis.