Considered the new Brickell of the Caribbean. Piantini-Serralles is the hot central neighborhood of Santo Domingo located in the southwest corner of downtown. This area has been one of the most affluent neighborhoods of Santo Domingo for the past decades and is composed of mostly upper class citizens. Piantini-Serralles has become a highly desirable place to live because of its proximity to nightlife, restaurants and financial towers. It is home to international businesses who have seen the opportunity in the city and have marked their presence within its citizens. Moreover, it is also bounded by high banking and commercial activity as well as important commercial plazas such as Agora Mall, Unicentro Plaza, Torre Piantini and Novocentro. Serving as a city center, Piantini-Serralles is surrounded by major highways allowing for easy access to other parts of the city. Because of the influx of foreign companies and the availability of new jobs there is a shortage of executive apartments - hence the development of the Miami style Central Park Towers, the embodiment of contemporary city living. The building is a 36 residence tower distributed on nine floors. All one bedroom residences are made with materials of the highest standard, porcelain floor and Italian modular kitchen. The second floor is an exclusive communal area which includes a pool, open bar, business center, and gym. 24-hour security and surveillance camera system throughout. Turn-key management program. The Dominican Republic has the ninth largest economy in Latin America, and is the largest in the Caribbean and Central American region. Due to its central location in the Americas, a fast- developing infrastructure, and a generous package of tax incentives, the country is one of the best places in the Caribbean region to do business. Economic stability and social peace that characterizes the Dominican nation, represent an excellent environment for local and foreign entrepreneurs to invest in various productive sectors of the economy. It is also wise to know that the government welcomes foreign investors to its industrial free-zones.