Notes on the Geography of Argentina: Avenida de Mayo: Photo 32
The Edificio La Inmobiliaria was, as its mellifluous name says, built by a real-estate company called The Real Estate Company. Designed by Luis (Luiggi) Broggi, it opened in 1910 to celebrate the centennial of the 1810 Revolution, but it was always intended as office space for rent. Its familiar name was the Heinlein Palace, a droll reference to the Heinlein company, which ran a ground-floor shop selling Argentina's first toilets equipped with a siphon.
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