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Very nice and bright apartment. 2 rooms in a new building. Main bedroom with dresser and en-suite bathroom. 78 m2 very good use of space. Excellent location in Oro and Paraguay, Palermo Soho. Hardwood floors. Floor heating. Air conditioning. Excellent construction and finishings. Large closets. 2 bathrooms with bathtub. Automatic elevator.
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R 24 977
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R 22 479 / stay
R 500 / stay
About the neighbourhood
Palermo Soho is a small area of Palermo Viejo around Plaza Serrano (officially Plazoleta Cortázar) on Serrano near Palermo's south-western edge. It is a newly fashionable area for fashion, design, restaurants, bars and street culture. The atmosphere in many cafés and restaurants strives to be 'alternative', which makes this area of the city especially popular with young, upper-middle class Argentines as well as foreign tourists. The traditional low houses have been adapted into boutiques and bars, creating a bohemian feel. The square has a crafts fair. Palermo is Buenos Aires' largest barrio and also one of its most walkable, with tree-lined streets dotted by casas chorizo, long, narrow single-story houses built in the late 19th century and now highly coveted for renovation...
Palermo Soho is a small area of Palermo Viejo around Plaza Serrano (officially Plazoleta Cortázar) on Serrano near Palermo's south-western edge. It is a newly fashionable area for fashion, design, restaurants, bars and street culture. The atmosphere in many cafés and restaurants strives to be 'alternative', which makes this area of the city especially popular with young, upper-middle class Argentines as well as foreign tourists. The traditional low houses have been adapted into boutiques and bars, creating a bohemian feel. The square has a crafts fair. Palermo is Buenos Aires' largest barrio and also one of its most walkable, with tree-lined streets dotted by casas chorizo, long, narrow single-story houses built in the late 19th century and now highly coveted for renovation. That's because these days, Palermo is trendy, slick and expensive. Over the last 15 years development here has exploded. The heart of fashionable Palermo is this stretch between El Salvador and Niceto Vega known as Palermo Soho. The streets surrounding Plaza Armenia are lined almost entirely with cool cafes and designer boutiques. Many of the casas chorizo around here are inventively painted in pretty pastels, and the hight of the buildings allows to enjoy sunny afternoons. Walking up Serrano to the east, you'll find a small plaza labeled Plazoleta Cortázar on your map and known by locals as Plaza Serrano. This tiny, circular plaza is ringed with brightly painted cafes whose tables spill out onto the sidewalk. Almost every night of the week, Plaza Serrano overflows with revelers. It's great for people watching, but hold onto your bag if you're sitting outside, since this lively scene provides good cover for thieves. On weekends, both Plaza Armenia and Plaza Serrano are the sites of popular street fairs. Palermo stalls are ground zero for funky jewelry and multi-colored leather purses. Belts and asymmetrical T-shirts also abound. Go early to avoid the crowds. The center of Palermo Soho is Plazoleta Jorge Cortazar, better known by its informal name, Plaza Serrano, a small oval park at the intersection of calles Serrano (also called Calle Borges) and Honduras. Young people gather here late at night for impromptu singing and guitar sessions, sometimes fueled by drinks from the myriad of funky bars and restaurants that surround the plaza. On weekends, there is a crafts festival, but someone is always selling bohemian jewelry and leather goods here no matter the day. Palermo Soho is well known for boutiques owned by local designers, with fancy restaurants and hotels mixed in.
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