It is called the great lung. Plaza Irlanda was opened in 1927, five years after the former city hall bought the piece of land to the Asociación Católica Irlandesa (Irish Catholic Association).
It is one of the biggest parks of the city, with 51,874 sq. m.
It is home to about 50 different botanical species, several works of art, different places to practice sports and a playground. The streets surrounding it are Gaona, Donato Álvarez, Neuquén and Seguí.
Plaza Irlanda owes its name to the Irish who made the area grow.
If there is something we are convinced of is our proposal. That is why PH eco 5 will have big rooms illuminated with natural light, and unit with their own terraces and independent grills.
The building will not include unpractical amenities but common areas, such as a bike garage and an object library.
Sticking with sustainability, the building will count with solar panels and water heaters, LED lighting and a rainwater harvesting system, thus keeping maintenance fees really low.
PH eco 5 has 1 commercial unit on the ground floor, a garage for 11 cars in the basement and 11 apartments with 3 and 4 rooms on the upper floors.