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    There are many great neighborhoods in Santiago. Rincon Largo below La Avenieda De Argentina is a very nice area. La Trinitaria above it is also nice. La Rinconada which is next to Roncon Largo is also nice. La Quintas De Rincon Largo is even better and is just behind PUCUMM. Los Jardines de Yaque is another nice area. Generally speaking, you don't want to buy anything near avenida Sadhala above the airport in chopo infested areas like Los Circuelitos, Tierra Alta, Las Colinas, Buenos Aires, El Brisol, etc, etc.

    For middle class people, anything below Los Cerros De Gurabo and above La Duarte is pretty much a good bet as they are all Cerros De Gurabo on a smaller scale. There are plenty of nice established areas here as well as newers ones such as El Dorado, Kokette, Los Hidalgos, etc.

    The best and most luxurious areas of Santiago are areas like Los Cerros De Gurabo, and newer areas such as Las Carmelitas and El Copal--which are on route to Licey. Many people know of Los Cerros but many don't know about Las Carmelitas and El Copal. Good. Should stay that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seņor_Jimenez
    There are many great neighborhoods in Santiago. Rincon Largo below La Avenieda De Argentina is a very nice area. La Trinitaria above it is also nice. La Rinconada which is next to Roncon Largo is also nice. La Quintas De Rincon Largo is even better and is just behind PUCUMM. Los Jardines de Yaque is another nice area. Generally speaking, you don't want to buy anything near avenida Sadhala above the airport in chopo infested areas like Los Circuelitos, Tierra Alta, Las Colinas, Buenos Aires, El Brisol, etc, etc.

    For middle class people, anything below Los Cerros De Gurabo and above La Duarte is pretty much a good bet as they are all Cerros De Gurabo on a smaller scale. There are plenty of nice established areas here as well as newers ones such as El Dorado, Kokette, Los Hidalgos, etc.

    The best and most luxurious areas of Santiago are areas like Los Cerros De Gurabo, and newer areas such as Las Carmelitas and El Copal--which are on route to Licey. Many people know of Los Cerros but many don't know about Las Carmelitas and El Copal. Good. Should stay that way.
    I have a house in las colinas and can agree with you about the problem areas.

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    Hey,
    I live in Cerro Alto. Cerro Alto is growing pretty fast. You should tale a look.
    Monica

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    whats a block of land cost in these NICE areas (5-700metres sq) 20k, 30k ?????




    Quote Originally Posted by Seņor_Jimenez
    There are many great neighborhoods in Santiago. Rincon Largo below La Avenieda De Argentina is a very nice area. La Trinitaria above it is also nice. La Rinconada which is next to Roncon Largo is also nice. La Quintas De Rincon Largo is even better and is just behind PUCUMM. Los Jardines de Yaque is another nice area. Generally speaking, you don't want to buy anything near avenida Sadhala above the airport in chopo infested areas like Los Circuelitos, Tierra Alta, Las Colinas, Buenos Aires, El Brisol, etc, etc.

    For middle class people, anything below Los Cerros De Gurabo and above La Duarte is pretty much a good bet as they are all Cerros De Gurabo on a smaller scale. There are plenty of nice established areas here as well as newers ones such as El Dorado, Kokette, Los Hidalgos, etc.

    The best and most luxurious areas of Santiago are areas like Los Cerros De Gurabo, and newer areas such as Las Carmelitas and El Copal--which are on route to Licey. Many people know of Los Cerros but many don't know about Las Carmelitas and El Copal. Good. Should stay that way.

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    In some of these areas yu will be looking at RD$10,000 a square meter and up.

    HB

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    La Joya is a nice place to live

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyidol
    whats a block of land cost in these NICE areas (5-700metres sq) 20k, 30k ?????
    Anywhere between $60-$150USD/ Sq. Meter. Of course you can bargain but that's what they'll try to get in exclusive neighborhoods.

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    I read in another forum today that there is an area in Santiago called Esmeralda where they are building apt. towers. Whrere is that place at and is it a good neighborhood? Just out of curiosity.

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    Generally speaking it is the area in back of the Hollywood 7 Movie theater.
    Between the Ave Monumental and Juan Pablo Duarte. Actually a bit smaller than that but that is the general location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juancarlos View Post
    I read in another forum today that there is an area in Santiago called Esmeralda where they are building apt. towers. Whrere is that place at and is it a good neighborhood? Just out of curiosity.

    It's a nice place to live but is also too close to Ave. Estrella Sahdala. So you're bound to be in contact with "Chopos" now and then.

    One Dominican at a time please!


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