Consultatio introduced Oceana Bal Harbour, the biggest project in Florida, during Miami Art Basel

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With an investment of over U$D 700 million and total sales estimated at U$S 1.3 billion, the exclusive residential condominium was opened. The arts collection was also presented; it includes works of renowned international artists, such as Jeff Koons.
In 2013 Consultatio started working on Oceana Bal Harbour, the luxury residential condominium with 240 Premium units. It was built on the last prime piece of oceanfront property in Bal Harbour for U$S 220 million.
So far, Oceana Bal Harbour has exceeded 70% of the sales for over U$S 900 million and a total sale of U$S 1.3 billion is estimated, thus setting a new record in southern Florida.
During the opening, within the framework of Miami Art Basel, the art collection was also presented with the presence of the renowned American artist Jeff Koons, author of the sculptures “Ballerina”- exhibited at the MALBA esplanade between April and September this year- and “Pluto and Proserpina”, which was part of Koons’ international retrospective in 2015 and 2016. The collection is completed with a number of selected works by prominent international artists, such as Callum Innes, An Te Liu, Jorge Méndez Blake, Taryn Simon, Juan Usle and Garth Weiser, specially acquired for the project. The art pieces are worth U$S 20 million and they will also become joint assets for the residents of Oceana Bal Harbour.

Consultatio is starting works to benefit Escobar neighbors

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Once again, Consultatio reaffirms its commitment with the community of every area where its projects are developed. The company led by Eduardo Costantini is going to invest 15 million pesos to carry out infrastructure works in the district of Escobar.
Escobar City Hall and real estate developer Consultatio signed an agreement on corporate social responsibility, in which the company agrees to build a bridge on Sucre street above Escobar stream to reduce floods impact in Barrio San Luis and Ingeniero Maschwitz surrounding areas.
Works are starting August 15, 2016 and are expected to be finished in a year’s time. City Hall technical teams are already working together with Consultatio’s teams to define the final details of the project.

Oceana Key Biscayne has become the best-selling project in Miami

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The complex developed by Consultatio was the best selling one in south Florida with a turnover of almost U$S 580 million. Of a total number of 154 luxury units available, 148 have been sold.

Oceana Key Biscayne is located in a unique and strategic place overlooking the sea on the Rickenbacker riverbed, 152 meters over the Atlantic Ocean.

Consultatio started building Oceana Key Biscayne in 2012, just where Sonesta Hotel was located. It is the first luxury residential project in Key Biscayne since the Ocean Club and the Grand Bay opened in 1999.

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A new gated community was launched in Puertos

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Puertos, the new city developed by Consultatio in Escobar, presented Costas gated community. 85 sites worth USD 15 million were sol d on the first day.

Costas is the seventh gated community in the city and will be launched in two stages. It will cover a total number of 63 has. of which 18 will be lakes in addition to the Central Lake.

The project is next to Marinas and will enjoy the privilege of being close to Puertos access, the area where schools and the shopping center are located. Costas was designed thinking of families interested in building their homes in a unique place, in contact with nature, overlooking mirrors of water and near Escobar Lake.

Eduardo Costantini, Consultatio CEO, remarked: “Since its launch in 2010, Puertos has exceeded commercial expectations with over 1,700 sites sold. This community had a substantially higher demand than the expected one, and consolidates Puertos as the second city-ville in the country.”

The long-awaited Laguna Garzon Bridge is set up

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After six years of public hearings and agreements, the bridge that connects Rocha and Maldonado counties is a reality today. Eduardo Costantini, Las Garzas developer, invested around U$D 10 million in its construction. It is an iconic architectural piece designed by Rafael Viñoly.

Rocha, December 22nd, 2015;- Las Garzas -Eduardo Costantini’s venture in Uruguay-, is celebrating Laguna Garzon Bridge set-up together with official authorities. This marks a cornerstone in the economic growth and development of Uruguay. Consultatio/Las Garzas was a key player in consolidating project: around U$D 10 million were invested, 80% of the total cost.

“The joint effort of the National State and Consultatio made the building of the bridge possible. All legal and environmental requirements were observed and the participation of architect Rafael Viñoly greatly benefited the project”, states Eduardo Costantini. “It is an iconic architectural piece that will be a catalytic factor in driving the development of Rocha’s coastline, especially protected to preserve direct contact with nature. Just 35% of the stretch between the two lagoons can be developed and 50% must be devoted to green areas”, Costantini points out.

The Laguna Garzon Bridge will be an essential connection between Rocha and Maldonado counties and will improve communication in this area. It was designed by the renowned Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly as a “lagoon inside a lagoon” and is at the same time an observatory, tourist and fishing spot.

The project is round-shaped with a concrete structure built on piles. There is a sector for car traffic (it is estimated that about 1000 vehicles per day will be crossing it) and one for pedestrians with an external walkway and an internal covered one. From the environmental point of view, the project presented by Vignoly was approved not only because of its unique design, but also because it fits the high environmental standards in Rocha.

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In September 2014, construction company Saceem started building the bridge that today replaces the former raft crossing. It was completed after 12 months.

Among the challenges, it is worth pointing out:
– Project with a high degree of geometrical complexity.
– Constructive procedure and use of high technology to meet deadlines.
– Complex post-stressed system which required engineering and the use of imported equipment from Europe to carry out this project.
– Design of a wide variety of building processes and execution of multiple elements for their implementation.
– Transportation and mounting of 70- ton pieces.

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