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The Caribbean Island of Puerto Rico is the smallest of the Greater Antilles. It is located about 1200 miles to the east of Florida and about 1500 miles southeast of New York. It was discovered on November 19, 1493, during the second voyage of Christopher Columbus to the Americas. Puerto Rico was originally named by Columbus as San Juan Bautista, but several years later its name was changed to Puerto Rico or “Rich Port”, when the Spaniards realized the impressive amount of gold found in its rivers. The name of San Juan was then given to its Capital city, where all major government, commercial and educational entities are today. Puerto Rico was a Spanish colony until the end of the Spanish-American War in 1898 when it was transferred to the United States together with the Philippines.

Old San Juan, Condado and Dorado have become three of the most desirable upscale residential neighborhoods in Puerto Rico given each of their specific attributes.


The most upscale and desirable residential neighborhood within the San Juan metropolitan area is the Condado sector. However, during the last decades, it has become one of the most important tourist centers of the metropolitan area.

Old San Juan

Spanish colonial architecture charm is found in the old city, “El Viejo San Juan”, 500+ years of history, cobblestone streets and vibrant vivid color facades.


The municipality of Dorado is located about 20 miles to the east of the San Juan metropolitan area. For many years it was an important agricultural sector of the island due to its relative level topography.


The municipality of Guaynabo located approximately 20 minutes from the Condado area was Spain’s first settlement in the island and home to the first Spanish Governor of Puerto Rico, Juan Ponce de León.

Isla Verde

Isla Verde lies approximately 3.5 miles east from the Condado neighborhood, bounds on the north with the Atlantic Ocean, south with the Luis Muñoz Marin (SJU) International Airport and east with the Isla Verde public beach.


Miramar is considered one of the most classic residential areas of San Juan developed in the early 1900s as an upscale centrally located residential area consisting mainly of single-family residences.

Ocean Park

Located just between Condado to the west and Isla Verde to the east within the San Juan Metropolitan area, lies the beachfront residential neighborhood of Ocean Park.

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