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La Alameda Master Plan 

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Santiago, Chile


Architects  Roberto Espejo 

                   Mark Hesselgrave

                   Gregorio Vasquez

                   Hermann Rosenthal

The “La Alameda” Master Plan in Santiago sits on a major crossroads on the outskirts of this emerging metropolis. The master plan consists of 4 construction phases of mixeduse development which will include residential, office, service retail and a submerged below grade supermarket accessed by an open air sunken plaza.

The above grade retail was conceived as a pedestrian “passage”, reminiscent of the wonderful pedestrian malls in Paris. These passages would allow for circulation thru the project between the many transit hubs that surround the north portion of the site, connecting bus stops, subways and a pedestrian park that extends over the submerged highway, General Velasquez.

The first phase project will consist of 2 levels of shops and restaurants with a 12 story healthcare related office building above. The subsequent phases will include ~400 units of rental residential and ~1000 condominium units in these stepped towers from 16 to 25 stories. Both will accommodate service retail in the podium that will stretch down the adjacent streets from the main commercial area on Avenida La Alameda.

The retail, office and residential buildings are all organized around a central green space as an amenity to the residents and the city with restaurants planned for this inner courtyard connecting to the retail “passage” and open to the public.

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