Building for renovation in Santa Marta Historic district
(Santa Marta, Colombia)
Historic buiding of Republican architecture in Santa Marta historic district. Located in Calle 16 and carrera 5th, four blocks from the bay of Santa Marta. Close to the Santa Marta Cathedral, the Santa Marta Theater and Universidad del Norte.
Total area of 1085 square meters with four floors and a basement for 8 vehicles. In the top of the building there is a large terrace with 360 degrees view over Santa Marta's downtown.
Currently all the floors are open spaces as the building used to be destinated for goverment offices.
Each floor has an average of 250 meters, Each flat with 4 bathrooms.
They have also an area to accommodate air conditioning machines.
At this time owners are making a parcial renovation works in floors and bathrooms. They will be changed for porcelain tile of 60x60.
ABOUT SANTA MARTA HISTORIC DISTRICT
Currently a renovation project is undertaken by the City Hall to improve the historical center of Santa Marta.
Catedral de Santa Marta
It started with the expansion of the platform of the buildings facing the sea, in addition to the reconstruction of two historic downtown parks, including the most important of the city, the Bolivar Park. The reconstruction plan is provided in other parks, Conversion of some footpaths and roads, and urban furniture. Total investment will be over 20 thousand million pesos, around 10 million dollars, will be supported by National government and does not include intervention in private property.
The historical center of Santa Marta was declared a National Monument in 1963, but entered a process of deterioration that had major consequences as the migration of traditional inhabitants to other neighborhoods.
Casa de la Aduana
Santa Marta is a privileged city in the Colombian Caribbean, with natural resources nearby such as the Sierra Nevada, Parque Tayrona, 27 beautiful bays with white sand and clear water, and a natural deep harbor.
It is also the sacred place of the Kogi - ancient indians- and the oldest city in mainland America, as well as the final resting place of Simon Bolivar, which makes it one of the main places to commemorate the Bicentenary of the Independence.Price of this property
is 2 thousand million pesos - (COP$2,000,000,000)
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