Puerto Rico's commercial real estate market continues to go through a bumpy recovery in 2014.
Panama City is enjoying an office building boom being driven by several economic factors.
Bogota's commercial markets are slowing rebounding due mainly in part to both an emerging middle-class economy.
BR Properties SA will sell majority of its industrial properties to Global Logistics Properties Limited.
Wal-Mart Stores' Mexican and Central American arm plans to spend $15 billion pesos ($1.1 billion) in 2014.
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board plans to open an office in São Paulo in April 2014.
The $40 billion Nicaragua canal project is on schedule to break ground this year.
Knowing when an area is going to move from low demand to high demand is key to smart real estate investing.
Driving over the Panama Canal on the Bridge of Americas, it's easy to find Panama Pacifico, the six-year-old master-planned development on the west side of the canal. The 3,450-acre project is one of the largest and most ambitious developments in the region.
Wal-Mart is closing more than 50 underperforming stores in Brazil and China, in the latest sign the world's largest retailer is reworking its international strategy. Wal-Mart announced this week it will decrease its projected international capital investments in 2014.
The renovation and expansion of a key 107-kilometer road connecting Costa Rica's capital to the Caribbean coast could begin as early as next month, after a Chinese bank agreed to provide $395 million in financing.
The magnificent presence of this 9,360-square-foot masterpiece overlooking Buck Lake is established through its stately grand exterior and prominent motor court.
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