Panamá Oeste, or West Panama, is one of the newer provinces of Panama, established in 2014.
It was created from areas that were previously part of the Panamá province.
Given its proximity to Panama City, this region has seen significant growth and development in recent years, with many people choosing to live in Panamá Oeste and commute to the capital.
- La Chorrera: As mentioned previously when discussing the Panamá province, La Chorrera is a rapidly growing urban center. It's the capital of the Panamá Oeste province and has seen a surge in residential developments and commercial activities.
- Arraiján: Another city that was highlighted before, Arraiján has experienced similar growth patterns as La Chorrera, with many suburban-style housing projects and commercial zones.
- Capira: Situated to the west of La Chorrera, Capira is smaller in scale but is also experiencing growth, especially in residential sectors.
- Chame: Known for its beaches and as a popular weekend getaway, especially for those residing in Panama City.
Notable Areas and Attractions:
- Coronado: Located within the Chame district, Coronado is one of Panama's premier beach communities, known for its resorts, beachfront properties, and as a popular retirement destination for both locals and expatriates.
- Punta Chame: A long peninsula with a sandy beach, popular for kite surfing and beach activities.
- Altos de Campana National Park: Located in the Capira district, it's Panama's first national park. The park offers hiking trails, viewpoints, and a diverse range of flora and fauna.
- Gorgona: Another coastal community located near Coronado, known for its black sand beaches.
- Playa Malibu: A popular beach near Gorgona, known for its surfing spots.+
From a real estate perspective, Panamá Oeste has become a hotspot for both residential and commercial development.
Its proximity to Panama City and more affordable land and property prices have made it attractive for real estate investments.
Beachfront communities like Coronado offer opportunities for resort-style living, vacation properties, and tourism ventures. Additionally, areas like La Chorrera and Arraiján are seeing an increase in commercial centers, malls, and infrastructure projects to cater to the growing population.
For potential investors and developers, staying updated on infrastructure developments, such as road expansions and public transportation projects, is crucial as they can significantly impact property values and accessibility in the region.
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