The neighborhood, shaped as a pentagon, owes its name to Coghlan railroad station. Although many houses have their own gardens, the neighborhood also offers many picturesque little squares.
It may sound strange, but Coghlan has its own Obelisco: a 35-meter brick tower similar to a lighthouse.
Regarding architecture, there is a chapel which is worth admiring, the hospital chapel, which can be observed from Roque Pérez, Monroe and Rivera streets.
Not only does Coghlan have two alleys named after the famous philosophers Plutarco and Socrates, but it also has beautiful façades, lots of trees, plants and birds, and the charm of everyday nature.
PH ECO 4 is located in Coghlan, really near to línea Mitre’s train station. This development will include a commercial unit on the ground floor and 9 apartments with 2 and 3 rooms.
Sticking with our sustainability-friendly style, the building will count with solar panels and water heaters, LED lighting and a rainwater harvesting system, thus keeping maintenance fees really low.
Just as in all our developments, PH ECOco 4 will also have a bike and scooter garage, and an object library available for everyone in the building.