Land division

  • Hito
  • 1912
Piriapolis: "la ciudad balnearia del Porvenir", the greatest legacy of its developer, wrogs from a complex and planned territorial structuring.
The territorial model composed from a central batch of small size , which expand as they move away from the central area, offers the convenience of access to the "second home" or "summer home" to a growing middle class, especially from Argentina. Regional tourism constituted since its inception.

The sale of land starts simultaneously in Montevideo, Buenos Aires and Rosario.

The construction of the road and bridge that links Piriápolis with the Pan de Azúcar Station begins, today called Route 37.

See History of Piriapolis