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Panama Canal Best Neighborhoods

Surrounded by Nature

The Panama Canal Zone was a former United States’ territory granted

by Panama for the administration and protection of the canal. By 1999,

US troops left the country but their green and beautifully planned townships

and military installations remained and quickly became one of the most valued lands on the Panamanian market due to the well preserved natural environment, landscaping design and modern public infrastructure. Many residential and commercial developments are taking place in this area offering a unique living and working experience at only 15 minutes drive from the cosmopolitan and vibrant Panama City.

Nature Lovers Properties

Explore our selection of the best properties in the Panama Canal Zone and others green areas.

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Clayton

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Clayton is an exclusive lifestyle community located in one of the former canal zone areas in Panama City, where you will find the new U.S. Embassy and Consulate, the United Nations regional offices, the City of Knowledge, and many other regional headquarters of international companies and organizations. Just minutes away from everything you need and more such as dining, shopping, golfing, marinas, an active night life, and tourist attractions such as the Panama Canal, the largest man-made lake “Gatun”, and many others.

Living in Clayton involves coexisting with nature, in a relaxed and healthy environment, where the sound of nature is a daily gift. Enjoy the variety of plants, natural wildlife and ambiance that will become part of your everyday lifestyle.

Albrook

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Albrook, with an area of just over 200 hectares, was the closest US military base to Panama City and, due to its early reversal date, was one of the first meeting places between the two sides: the City and the Zone . It reverted to Panama on October 1, 1997, after 75 years of functioning as a base of the United States Air Force.

The original houses of Albrook have a rather austere aesthetic: one or two floors raised on stilts, tiled roofs with wide eaves, white walls and interiors painted uniformly of light beige. Most houses (86%) are semi-detached, the rest are isolated houses. There are still a few immaculate specimens, which constitute a control group that allows for objective comparisons.

Albrook offers its residents a beautiful environment for living surrounded by nature and many commercial facilities including Albrook Mall, the biggest shopping center in Central America, tens of restaurants, ample parks and green areas, Olympic size swimming pool, tennis courts, supermarkets, banks, movie theaters, gas stations, private schools, hotels, among others.

Tucan Golf Club

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Tucán Country Club & Golf is a 180 acre (74 hectares) private gated community with a wooded setting located a few minutes from Panama City’s downtown. Its privileged hilly location provides breathtaking views of cosmopolitan Panama City, the Panama Canal and the Rainforest. Tucán has created several styles of stunning villas, luxurious condos and apartments to choose from. All the residences are built and designed with the highest international standards of quality.

The apartments make a difference in the local market due to the unique integration with the natural environment, which provides a quiet and pleasant lifestyle. Villas design evokes Mediterranean styles combined with elements of contemporary architecture.

Tucán Golf Course is a beautiful golf course masterfully designed by the most prominent experts in golf courses around the world. The golf course borders the rainforest famous to Panama, and offers panoramic views of the Panama Canal and the Skyline of the City. Designed to ensure the integrity of the surrounding tropical flora and fauna, the course at Tucan is a paradise of its own. The course reveals a par-72 layout that stretches 6,618 yards.

Amador Islands

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Named after the Manuel Amador Guerrero, the first President of Panama, the 6km-long stretch of road extends into the Pacific Ocean at the point where the Panama Canal meets the sea. The newly renovated land bridge was built using soil excavated during the canal’s construction and today is popular with walkers and cyclists. It also boasts the capital’s best vantage points for watching the large container ships enter and exit the canal, and ferries regularly depart from the causeway for the Pearl Islands.


The extraordinarily scenic Amador Causeway stretches nearly three kilometers into the Pacific Ocean. This majestic causeway features many tourist-related venues and activities including hotels, restaurants, and exercise trails. 


Today, the Amador Causeway is one of the city’s best known roads, home to some of Panama’s top activities and attractions showcasing the best of the isthmus, including the Biomuseo one of the city’s best museums. Designed by the Canadian-born American, Frank Gehry, the museum is housed within a colorful, origami-like building and celebrates Panama’s incredible biodiversity. After all, this small Central American country is home to more species of birds and animals (insects included) than the United States and Canada combined!

Panama Pacifico

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Panama Pacifico is a mixed-use real estate development situated on the western bank of the Panama Canal on the former Howard US Air Force Base that for over 50 years was the bastion of US air power in Central and South America. Due to this, the design of the community itself is a city within the city that includes unusual facilities like Olympic size swimming pool, theater, as well as an International airport with an airstrip capable of receiving a Boeing 777.


Panama Pacifico includes 3,450 acres (1,400 hectares) of land, which makes it one of the largest development projects in the world. This master-planned community will feature 20,000 homes within several neighbor-hoods: the Town Center (which includes current projects in Soleo and Mosaic, Nativa, and River Valley), Woodlands, Kobbe Hills, and Puente Verde, among others. The homes will be surrounded by the natural environment of mangroves, wetlands, and tropical forests. Luxury hotels and a golf course are also planned. A downtown district, Town Center, will serve as a central point for retail, restaurant, and entertainment areas.


Along with the residential development, is growing the International Business Park that is already the headquarter for more than 300 multinationals companies.

Playa Bonita

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Located just 15 minutes from Panama City, this exclusive beach community is surrounded by the tropical forest and the sounds of nature while enjoying the spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and the entrance to the Panama Canal.


Within Playa Bonita Residences you will find Casa Bonita and Costa Bonita, an spectacular towers of residential apartments with a Greco-Mediterranean style. As owner of Casa or Costa Bonita, you can get exclusive membership to the prestigious Pearl Club Beach Club, which offers extraordinary amenities such as a swimming pool, gym and spa, all just a few steps from the beach.


Playa Bonita Community sheet 2 beautiful resorts (Westin and Intercontinental) where you can enjoy of world class restaurants and recreational activities all year round. 


Also, for the more adventurers , the little fishermen town of Veracruz is at just 5 minutes drive and you can find local seafood restaurants with a very tropical environment.