Panama City, Panama


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Panama City is Latin America’s most Cosmopolitan city and is made up of an eclectic mix of neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are defined by their real estate costs, social classes, architecture, lifestyle, and amenities. Our comprehensive overview of each neighborhood will help you better understand the various layers that make up Panama City.

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Albrook, Balboa, & Clayton

The quiet neighborhoods of Albrook, Balboa, and Clayton are located between 5 and 10 minutes away from the hustle and bustle of Panama City in the former US Air Force Military Base. These are quiet neighborhoods in areas of high appreciation and convenience located only minutes away from the main access to the Corredor Norte Highway with quick access to Colon and the Caribbean beaches.
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Amador Causeway

This long, narrow stretch of land is lined with tropical palm trees and surrounded by turquoise blue waters. Along the Causeway there are magnificent views of the Panama Canal, the Bridge of Americas, and the Panama City skyline. It has become a popular venue for walking, jogging, skating and bicycling, in the early morning or as the sun goes down.
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Balboa Ave / Cinta Costera

Balboa Avenue is a trendy Avenue that runs along the bay in Panama City. Directly along Balboa Avenue is the new Cinta Costera, a biking and running path along the bay with beautiful monuments, landscaping, and playgrounds.
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Bella Vista & Marbella

Located in the heart of Panama City just behind Panama´s scenic Avenida Balboa and next to the banking district.
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Casco Viejo / Casco Antiguo / San Felipe

Casco Viejo is located on the Western end of Panama City along the bay. It is a Peninsula jutting off the coast in between Balboa Avenue and the Amador Causeway. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with strict regulations and rules for building and restoring. Here, you can live in a restored condo that looks almost identical to the way it did 300 years ago.
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Costa Del Este

Some call it a high rise suburb of Panama City due to the numerous high rise condo buildings being constructed. But, here are also high end homes in gated communities with shopping centers and parks in the works.
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El Congrejo

The area of El Congrejo is centrally located in downtown Panama City just off Via Espana (A Wide Commercial Street). This is a very sought after neighborhood with a wonderful social and artistic vibe.
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Obarrio

Obarrio is a mixture of nice condominiums and luxury homes that are fairly recently built, but nothing brand new like in other new neighborhoods in Panama City. There is a more residential community feel when you are in Obarrio.
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Paitilla

Paitilla is on the Eastern side of the Panama Bay on a point jutting out surrounded by Pacific water. Paitilla is densely developed with expensive, luxury high rises with pools, gyms, social areas and with balconies to take advantage of the ocean and city views, and multimillion dollar mansions with Ocean and City Views.
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Punta Pacifica

This neighborhood is completely new with all exclusive and very expensive luxury condo high rises including Donald Trump’s Ocean Club, the new hotel condo and Marina building. These residences are known to be modern, large, and boast expansive Ocean views.
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San Francisco

Is located on the Eastern part of Panama City along the Pacific waters. It is situated directly East of new and ultra modern Punta Pacifica. The real estate in this affluent neighborhood is a mixture of new luxury condominium high rises and high end large homes.
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