Since its reorganization was considered in the 90s, Puerto Madero has become one of the Argentine capital's most modern neighbourhoods. The former port zone has given way to an area with great commercial activity and big residential developments in the form of tall buildings. An urban development project which quickly transformed this area alongside the river into one of the most attractive of the city, where the street lighting comes from Lampelunas and Lamparaalta Streetlamps designed by J. A. Martínez Lapeña and Elías Torres, and by Beth Galí and Màrius Quintana, respectively , and the Neoromántico bench with classical leg, designed by Miguel Milá, offers the visitor a well-deserved rest.
Corporación Antiguo Puerto Madero Buenos Aires