The façade of Allure Panama is so simple and so elegant that it really stands out amongst the ultra modern and neo classical facades that have become such a well known part of the Panama City Panama skyline. The developers chose the sleek design to compliment the interiors, which are just as sleek and understated as the exterior.
So what makes Allure Panama different from all of the other condos for sale in Panama City Panama? We’ve been watching this project for the last four years and have had the opportunity to tour the jobsite at various stages of construction. What we have found is that the quality of construction and intelligent design of the project really stand out amongst other Panama real estate offerings. The project was built to US seismic and electrical code, there is an internal sprinkler system throughout the building, the common areas are full of light and capture natural breezes, the social areas are well designed and spacious, and the individual apartments for sale in Allure feature spacious and accommodating floor plans.
The double height lobby is again, understated and elegant. Extra high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, recessed and dimensional lighting, quality and comfortable furniture…all touches that make someone feel welcome, safe, and comfortable coming home. Five high speed elevators, instead of the standard three or four and a much lower density of total residences in Allure Panama means elevator waiting time is eliminated. Again, just small touches that, in the end, make all the difference.
Having watched the construction progress and interviewed new residents moving into Allure Panama, we can say with confidence that Allure is already having less problems associated with new construction in Panama. That means less leaks, less electrical malfunctions, less elevator downtime, and less overall inconvenience. Combined with its central location (based, pretty much, in the heart of Panama City) and its top-notch amenities, Allure Panama ranks among the absolute highest quality offerings in Panama today.