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Monday, 9 August 2010

Topic: Art Museum Gallery

Real Estates Development and boutique hotel in the Villa of the Valley of Tulumba, known as an open-air Museum, Cordoba, Province in the heart of Argentina After the 2001 crisis in Argentina, the so called one to one economy was replaced by an other strategy: devaluation. This means that what on 2001 cost 200 pesos, or 200 dollars, nowadays is just 66.67 dollars. All prices have been rearranged considering this new economic plan that's been organized by the Argentinean government together with the IMF and the World Bank. And Real Estates are no exception, the proportion in which properties all over Buenos Aires have drawn depends of course on many factors, such as location, type of property, etc. At the same time the Argentinean economy has been reconditioned to work in a new configuration, a service area that has been growing ever since is tourism. All throughout the 90s visiting Buenos Aires -our capital city- or taking some time off at one of our magnificent sky centers in the Patagonia region was as expensive as touring through Rome, Paris or skiing in Switzerland. Nowadays for the exchange rate is so favorable towards the American or European currencies Argentina has become a much more appealing vacation resort. For those who love and enjoy great dinning, terrific sights in a dream holiday and don't want to be robbed off by the extraordinary high European rates this is the answer. No wonder the constant flow of visitors we've been having lately. At the same time judging by local and foreign statistics there's been a growth in two specific developing markets: business travel and more specifically collectors. They have long noticed the potential of locally produced items of yarn and are now taking on an increasingly growing market. This gorgeous metropolis has all the luxury and comfort to offer its visitors with high class lodging, delightful food and amazing cultural and social activities. However, within the developing collectibles market there's much to do. In terms of products and information, The Buenos Aires Toy Museum has been in the vanguard of information and items collection ( www.the-ba-toymuseum.com ).Working locally and in collaboration with American and European fellow collectors this museum has been rescuing this historical and cultural patrimony as well as recovering those amazing one of a kind vintage objects. The museum has been developing so far within the Internet. In the world of collectibles the globalized technology is our best allied for it allows us to connect worldwide with fellow collectors, exchange valuable data and items for our collections. To give the museum a physical location is the obvious next step in its evolution line. However, in these days the Museum's project has broadened into a collectors club. Considering the most favorable conditions within the specific market (collectibles), the evolution of Argentina's Real Estates market and the increasingly flow of tourists to these southern and beautiful lands we believe the best possible advance in this field is a boutique hotel. This hotel would be unique, for each room is in itself a personal show room with original vintage Argentinean collectibles. Our philosophy is simple, we truly believe in offering the top of the top comfort that one can surely get at any of the marvelous five stars hotels (Sheraton, Hilton, Four Seasons, etc) but within a very personalized atmosphere specially arranged to fit our visitors needs. The boutique and unique collectibles hotel would be located in one of Argentinean Provinces, Cordoba, in the heart of Argentina. This small village is an hour's drive from Cordoba's International airport, it's a tranquil Little open-air like Village-Museum, lost in time and space, surrounded by rolling foot hills of the Sierras Chicas of Cordoba, the old village, some 360 years old, reminds us all of the colonial and early 18th century past, an intense cultural and social atmosphere that makes this area the perfect location. The Buenos Aires collectibles boutique hotel is an outstanding inversion opportunity. The market's conditions couldn't be better. The timing is just as precise as it could ever be. This superb lodging is what Buenos Aires and its visitors need. Our Boutique unique hotel and collectors club would be the first one in Latin America, and there's no better place to start than Buenos Aires. For this port side city has historically been at the vanguard of Latin America's cultural and social development. A local unexplored market so far is awaiting to be updated to the world's latest trends in show rooms and lodging that will converge in this outstanding boutique hotel Latin American styled. Bob Frassinetti: For more information: Email: Bob Frassinetti. Press here to go back to web blog:Daily Updates on Art, Antiques, Collectibles as well as travel information for Buenos Aires, Argentina. Phone me thru Skype, ID: Bob Frassinetti or you can also chat with me thru Yahoo, press here: Yahoo Contact Find me on MySpace and be my friend!

 

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 1:32 PM
Friday, 6 August 2010
Museo Del Jujuete, en el Corazon Argentino
Topic: Art Museum Gallery
  ART &Toy Museum Gallery Apartamentos Hotel en la Villa del Valley de Tulumba* por Bob FrassinettiINVERSOR EN El CORAZON DE LA ARGENTINA nuestro PROVINCIA de Córdoba. The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, el Museo del Juguete Argentino. El Primer Museo Argentina en la web desde 1996.   El Buenos Aires Toy Museum viene haciendo trabajos de investigación y recuperación de la historia cultural y social de la Argentina a través de una de las formas más expresivas de expresión social que  son sus juguetes. Reflejos de la realidad, pequeños objetos a escala que han moldeado nuestra historia, nuestro presente, nuestra infancia, y tantos otros aspectos de nuestra existencia. Con cada avance de investigación, cada descubrimiento y cada nuevo dato que encontramos estamos más y más entusiasmados y convencidos de la importancia del trabajo que encaramos diariamente. El feedback que recibimos de nuestros lectores y visitantes nos da aliento para seguir adelante en esta fabulosa empresa.  Es por eso que abrimos la convocatoria a todos aquellos que interesados en el tema y en la propuesta que hacemos desde el BA Toy Museum, a participar directamente en este proceso de recuperación cultural.  Nuestro objetivo como museo es conseguir nuestro propio espacio físico. Más allá del inestimable valor que le damos al virtual, el primer museo del juguete argentino busca casa propia y lo hemos logrado!  Próximamente The Buenos Aires Toy Museum  on-line, se va a convertir en el primer Museo y Gallería en un complejo de Boutique Hotel y Apartamentos  al estilo de un Museo Galleria sobre Arte y Juguetes en la Argentina y  Bob Frassinetti junto a un grupo de Inversionistas Nacionales e Internacionales, lanzan el primer Boutique Hotel y Gallería de Arte y Museo de Juguete proyectado por la zona de Nord-oeste de la Provincia de Córdoba, Argentina.  Un exitoso modelo de inversión inmobiliaria que permite ser dueño y huésped a la vez, participar no solo obteniendo una mayor rentabilidad en el alquiler de la unidad y la posibilidad de utilizar los servicios del hotel y el Museo Gallería a través de una membrecía especial, pero también disfrutar de todo los servicios del lugar ............ Museo y Gallería, Taller de Arte y Juguetes, Teatro, eventos culturales propios mas una relación intima y cercano con su ubicación geográfica y su Pueblo,  la Villa del Valle de Tulumba mas todos los emites de la vida moderna desde WiFi, TV, habitaciones y departamentos de un nivel Internacional sin perder lo autónica de nuestro estilo de vida, con parque, hasta pileta climatizado, algunos otros deportes y actividades al aire libre hasta la participación en Car Rallys, Cabalgatas Gauchas, Homenajes Históricos, con fuerte envasáis de la participación con pueblos vecinos, artistas y todo la gente de la Zona** a solo 1 hora 10 minutos del Aeropuerto Internacional Córdoba, Argentina. Por todo esto lo invitamos a ….. CONSULTE FECHA de la iniciación de INVERSORES  en el ART Toy Museum Gallery Apartamentos Hotel en la Villa del Valley de Tulumba, Córdoba, Argentina

Posted by bob frassinetti at 10:46 PM
Sunday, 1 August 2010
Razones para invertir en la Argentina
Topic: Art Museum Gallery

 

 

Las construcciones de lujo se mudan al interior

31/07/10 Si bien Buenos Aires es el principal destino de las inversiones, las constructoras tienen en la mira a Córdoba, Rosario y Mendoza.

PorAndrés Mazzeo, ESPECIAL PARA CLARIN

Atraídas por el buen momento que atraviesan algunas economías regionales, las desarrolladoras inmobiliarias pusieron el foco en varias provincias del interior del país. A la par que decae levemente el interés en la Capital Federal, gran parte de las inversiones en construcciones de alta gama previstas para este año estarán destinadas a Rosario, Córdoba y Mendoza, según indica un estudio realizado por la CEDU (Cámara Empresaria de Desarrolladores Urbanos), al que accedió iEco. El objetivo, dicen en el mercado, es capitalizar el ascenso del complejo sojero rosarino, el del sector automotriz cordobés y el boom de los vinos mendocinos.


De acuerdo con la CEDU, un 42% de las constructoras está desarrollando principalmente barrios privados, country clubs y condominios. Distintas fuentes interpretan que ese porcentaje, hoy, es tan alto porque fue favorecido por dos factores principales: la ausencia de crédito para la clase media y el aumento en el valor de las propiedades. De este modo, sólo los sectores de alto poder adquisitivo pueden volcar sus excedentes en el mercado inmobiliario.


Si bien la Capital Federal aún se mantiene como principal destino para invertir en ladrillos y construcciones premium (41%), el interior ya se posicionó como una buena alternativa. Danilo Antoniazzi, gerente institucional de la CEDU, dice: “No es un dato menor el crecimiento de la construcción en el interior con relación a la zona históricamente más elegida para invertir que es Buenos Aires, y que la diferencia sea sólo de 5 puntos”. Claudia Armesto, consultora de la Cámara, completa el cuadro desde el punto de vista de las constructoras: “La mano de obra más barata y un valor más bajo de los terrenos, que además gozan de buenas ubicaciones, son elementos que determinan una mayor rentabilidad en esas plazas”.


Del total de los nuevos emprendimientos, Córdoba capital concentra el 9%; Rosario, el 5%, y Mendoza, otro tanto. Pero por sí sola, la capital mediterránea y sus alrededores representó en marzo nada menos que el 26% de la superficie a edificar en todo el país. “Córdoba, en 2009, tuvo más metros cuadrados para construir que Buenos Aires, y viene teniendo una explosión de desarrollo muy grande”, resume Ariel Turkie, un alto ejecutivo de la desarrolladora TGLT.
Para este ejecutivo, la zona se destaca por la buena respuesta del agro postsequía, la recuperación de la actividad económica de los últimos años (particularmente la industria automotriz), más la explosión demográfica impulsada por las universidades, lo que “facilitó la canalización de parte de esos excedentes hacia la construcción residencial”.

Emprendimientos


Rosario, a su vez, también se posiciona como una de las ciudades más atractivas dentro del mercado de real estate argentino. Desde la desarrolladora TGLT, el arquitecto Francisco Jorge indica que ese distrito no estaba acostumbrado, como Buenos Aires, a generar grandes proyectos. “En un comienzo, se trataba de emprendimientos de un máximo de 4.000 m2. Hoy se habla de proyectos de 40.000 y hasta 60.000. De los 30 grandes proyectos que se estamos realizando, seis están en Rosario”.


Con las edificaciones de lujo que están proyectadas, algunos se ilusionan con la posibilidad de que Rosario tenga su propio Puerto Madero. El emblema de tal ilusión es el desarrollo de Puerto Norte, un desafío que contempla el reciclado de gran parte de silos y edificios del siglo XIX, más otros nuevos, que va transformando el antiguo puerto industrial en un barrio residencial, caracterizado por sus vistas al río y su cercanía al centro.
Según los especialistas, el boom rosarino se debe al sostenido crecimiento que viene registrando el complejo agroganadero regional en los últimos años. Esos “agrodólares” se vuelcan a la compra de construcciones premium, “un segmento que además tenía escasa oferta”, según resume la consultora Claudia Armesto.

Aporte estatal


En parte, las construcciones de lujo se expanden por impulso de la planificación estatal. En 2007, la Municipalidad rosarina creó un plan de desarrollo que permitió sentar las bases para un planeamiento a largo plazo. Desde TGLT, aseguran que este “master plan” fue el que permitió diseñar lo que hoy se denomina Forum Puerto Norte.


Pero hay otras áreas del país que atraen inversiones. En la Patagonia, por ejemplo, es el sector energético (sueldos altos más radicación de empresas extranjeras con sus ejecutivos) el que tracciona al mercado inmobiliario. “Vemos a la Patagonia con un altísimo potencial de desarrollo y hoy su crecimiento es exponencial debido al desarrollo energético”, indica Daniel Jesús Sáez, responsable de marketing de la desarrolladora ASPA.
“Neuquén es un lugar con un poder adquisitivo efectivo”, agrega Daniel Mintzer, socio director de la G&D Developers, otra de las constructoras muy activas en la región.


Posted by bob frassinetti at 3:19 PM
Wednesday, 17 June 2009
Art and Toy Museum Gallery Real Estate Investment in Argentina
Topic: Art Museum Gallery
Investment Opportunity in an ongoing Real Estate Project from the Buenos Aires Art and Toy Museum Gallery for a collectibles boutique hotel and museum gallery, is an outstanding inversion opportunity. The market's conditions couldn't be better. The timing is just as precise as it could ever be. This superb lodging is what Buenos Aires and its visitors need. Our Boutique unique hotel and collectors club would be the first one in Latin America, and there's no better place to start than Buenos Aires. For this port side city has historically been at the vanguard of Latin America's cultural and social development. A local unexplored market so far is awaiting to be updated to the world's latest trends in show rooms and lodging that will converge in this outstanding boutique hotel Latin American styled. Join Bob Frassinetti and a Group of International Investors in this project, email for more information. Bob Frassinetti

Art and Toy Museum Gallery Real Estate at Kugli.com

 

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Posted by bob frassinetti at 4:03 PM
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
Art and Toy Museum Gallery Real Estate Investment in Argentina
Topic: Art Museum Gallery
Hello Art and Toy Collectors,  The Buenos Aires Toy Museum is an integral cultural project that was born over 14 years ago. Bob Frassinetti has been ever since, his alma mater and inventor. Thanks to the now globalize world, provided by the Internet, we have been able to build the first virtual Toy Museum of Argentina. All we had at that point was our will to share the amazing world of toys and games we were discovering at the time. Argentine toys of all times, the stories behind them, the stories they had been part of, were coming back to life every time we found a new item in a toy-shop, fair or market. Back then, Bob was mainly working as an art and antiques dealer. His son Christian was only 5, and the thought of developing an idea, a place, in which they could have fun, enjoy a moment and grow together, began to grow stronger in him. At one point, one of the father-son weekends, they were walking thru a flea market, and they bumped into a wonderfully crafted antique toy. To Bob's surprise, they both were touched and amazed by the item. He bought the item and they both played together for hours. Vintage toys were the answer! That was how the project of the Buenos Aires Toy Museum began. During its early days, the museum was both an excuse for quality parenting time as well as thorough hunt for antique toys and games of all times made or found in Argentina. What had began as an anecdotic finding was soon followed by many others. The individual findings began to come together as a truly interesting collection, large, top quality and very amusing. Each finding brought along a story together with the item... It soon appeared clear that vintage toys were much more than antiques. These were design items, they expressed in their motives, shapes, colors and technology a specific cultural moment, a moment in history. This was an amazing discovery and Bob, so fond of his collection and museum project, gathered together a team of enthusiastic social sciences students to work with him in the development of the museum. The BA Toy Museum was recovering wonderful toys from the pass of time and from the darkness of oblivion, while at the same time it was working on a broader research and cultural project that aimed to reconstruct their history and story in the Argentine society. The online museum in which the items were shown and exhibited began to work also as an online specialized site for antique toy lovers, were we published research works and papers, as well as interviews and insightful information on the history and stories those toys had brought to our attention. This was an important turning point in the Museum's history, for we discovered a whole new meaning for those wonderful toys and games as we unveiled their history. Our development in terms of private collection and research work is growing even today. We're pioneers in this field in Argentina and in many ways in Latin America as well. The international collector's community has not only recognized our work thru emails and phone calls, but also by means of specialized publications, online and paper magazines, articles and interviews in United States, England, France and Italy. In Argentina, several of the most prestigious local news papers such as La Nacion, Clarin, InfoBAE and La Razon have interviewed Bob, local radio shows and TV shows also have worked together with us, in recent years. At the moment we're working on a going 3D and this being the first step before building, yes, the Real Bs As Art and Toy Museum Gallery Project, will be turning into real bricks and mortar, so be forewarned, it might just be a good chance to come on in with Bob and be one of the founding Members of this Real Estate Project. The Buenos Aires Toy Museum has developed until now with no financial aid of any sort. We love what we do, and that's why we've come so far. But this next step is a Big one for us alone,…….. We're always aiming for more, and that's why our goal for this year is to finally have a real show room in which the Museum and our Real Estate Project can be sold to investors, locally and international……. our exhibitions, lectures and special events for the local and international collectors community, toy lovers, enthusiast and curious visitors. See the Ideas we have, …….. http://www.flickr.com/photos/frassinetti/sets/72157602497659663/    Meantime, ............... Read daily Up Dates on Art and Antiques for Buenos Aires, Argentina  http://www.frassinetti.bizArgentina also exports antiques over 100 years old with the help of Bob Frassinetti Read all about the South of South America, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay on this link. Updated and new web site, The Buenos Aires Toy Museum, Argentina   Chat some more soon, ................................  Bob Frassinetti. 

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