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History

A brief review of our company

1994

• Start of Alto Palermo S.A. (APSA) operations

 

1995 - 1996

• Purchase of the first mall: Alto NOA in Salta

• Listed on ByMA under the ticker: APSA

 
1997 - 1998

 

• Acquisition of Shopping Centers package: Alto Palermo / Alcorta / Buenos Aires Design / Alto Avellaneda / Patio Bullrich

• Development of Abasto Shopping

 
1999 - 2000

 • Listed on NASDAQ under the ticker: APSA

 
2001-2002

 

• Issue of Non convertible notes for U$S 50 million: Debt reestructuring

2003-2004

• Opening Alto Rosario Shopping.

2005

• Acquisition of majority stake in Mendoza Plaza Shopping

2006

 

• Acquisition of Córdoba Shopping.

• Patio Olmos Building (operated by a third party).

2007 - 2008

 • Development Dot Baires Shopping and Dot Building.

 
2009

 

• Opening Dot Baires Shopping.

2010

• 50% of Quality Invest. Pre-owned Nobleza Piccardo plant in San Martin (CABA).

• Acquisition Soleil Premium Outlet.

2011

• Acquisition of indirect participation in the La Rural S.A. fairgrounds.

• Acquisition of Ribera Shopping.

2015

 

• Irsa Commercial Properties (continuator of APSA) is born.

• Transfer of the AAA Office portfolio from IRSA to IRSACP.

Openings shopping malls:

• Concession Arcos Premium Outlet District (CABA).

• Alto Comahue Shopping (Neuquén).

• Purchase of property bordering Cordoba Shopping.

2016

 

• Issuance of International Bond  for U$S 360 million.

• Additional acquisition at La Rural S.A.

Launch of 3 real estate projects:

• Alto Palermo Shopping expansion.

• First Office Park Polo Dot.

• Torre Catalinas Building (35 thousand sqm) in Puerto Madero.

2017

• Purchase of Philips office building.

 
2018

• Concession of DIRECTV Arena.

• Purchase of La Plata property for mixed use development.

• Concession expiration of Buenos Aires Design and delivery of the property.

• Concession Exhibition and Convention Center Buenos Aires and Punta del Este

2019

• Opening Zetta Building (100% rented to Mercado Libre and Falabella).