Punta Pacifica Realty is revolutionizing how the ultra-wealthy connect with luxury real estate in Panama.
The exclusive penthouse tour was the ideal way to kick off PPR’s brand-new Trophy Properties Collection– which offers white glove treatment and exclusive representation to the potential buyers of Panama’s most high-end properties.
Set in Costa del Este’s prestigious Titanium building, the opulence of the event was perfectly suited to its gold-star list of attendees. Guests were treated to a privileged peek at the penthouse, as well as hors D’oeuvres from a private chef, fine wine, and a chance to mingle with some of the hemisphere’s most prosperous buyers and influential investors.
Of course, the main attraction of the afternoon was the penthouse itself, which sits proudly atop Titanium’s 43rd floor. The three-level urban mansion features 650 square meters of glory, a rooftop pool, jaw-dropping views of the ocean and city, and a stunning interior design by the renowned Gina Mae Schubert. Priced at $1.8 million, the Titanium penthouse holds its own as one of Panama City’s most impressive trophy homes.
“The Titanium penthouse offers the type of luxury, glamour and oceanfront living that can only be found in Panama City,” said Jeff Barton, Managing Director of Punta Pacifica Realty. “It is really one of Panama City’s new crown jewels.”
“Everyone at PPR really enjoyed the chance to show off this beautiful penthouse apartment to this select group,” Mr. Barton said. “Our goal is to connect the best properties in Panama with a clientele that is ready and willing to appreciate them.”
Categorized by their unprecedented level of luxury, our Trophy Collection properties are feasible only for a select few. If you’re one of them, we invite you to experience a level of accommodation that mirrors the privilege of these properties.
To request admittance to our exclusive Trophy Collection, contact us today.
Duncan McGowan is president of Punta Pacifica Realty, a Panama real estate agency focused on Punta Pacifica, the exclusive neighborhood of 18 towers perched on the edge of the Pacific Ocean.