Vidt y Soler - Vidt y Soler in Palermo Soho

The marriage of convenience and style, these one bedroom apartments are perfectly located just four blocks away from Avenida Santa Fé and the línea D of the subte as well as taxis and dozens of bus lines that operate 24 hours a day.

The neighborhood:

Take the bohemian feel of old-school Palermo, add ultra-modern design studios, the vanguard of the Buenos Aires fashion scene and the trendiest restaurants and bars in the city, and what do you get? The coolest barrio in Buenos Aires: Palermo SoHo.

Just ten years ago, no one would have believed the brick paved streets of this section of Palermo would become the style capital of Buenos Aires, chock full of boutique shops, art galleries, bars and ethnic restaurants. It is a favorite of the upper middle class, the young and the alternative.

Centered around its two plazas, Plaza Armenia y Plaza Cortázar (porteños might call it Serrano; don't get confused), the neighborhood becomes a street fair on the weekends. And when the sun goes down, it is the one of the party capitals of the city for tourists and locals alike.

The apartments:

Located in a new building, these apartments are fully equipped for your enjoyment and convenience. Each comes furnished with a comfortable couch for relaxing in front of the flat screen. The kitchen and dining tables are modern and smartly designed, but given that you are just a few blocks from some of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires, you might not be using them much. The bedrooms have a queen-sized bed that can be separated into two singles and great organizers for all your clothes. You'll love sitting on the balconies in the morning with a cup of coffee or in the afternoon after a long day of studying or sightseeing. And the sliding glass doors fill the apartments with light during the day. The bathrooms are spacious and complete with nice furnishings.

With 10 units in the building, there is space for 30.

What's near this building in Palermo Soho

Palermo Soho

Take the bohemian feel of old-school Palermo, add ultra-modern design studios, the vanguard of the Buenos Aires fashion scene and the trendiest restaurants and bars in the city, and what do you get? The coolest barrio in Buenos Aires: Palermo SoHo.

Just ten years ago, no one would have believed the brick paved streets of this section of Palermo would become the style capital of Buenos Aires, chock full of boutique shops, art galleries, bars and ethnic restaurants. It is a favorite of the upper middle class, the young and the alternative.

Centered around its two plazas, Plaza Armenia y Plaza Cortázar (porteños might call it Serrano; don't get confused), the neighborhood becomes a street fair on the weekends. And when the sun goes down, it is the one of the party capitals of the city for tourists and locals alike.

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