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In 1990 Venezuelan banker David Brillembourg began to build a forty storey, glass-clad skyscraper in Caracas, crowned by an heliport, aimed to transform a part of downtown Caracas into a Wall Street-style financial district. Brillembourg , also known as "King David", spent in "David's Tower" project a part of the fortune he got in the stock markets in the 8o´s.
David died in 1993. One year later, his financial emporium Confinanzas, managed by one of his...
Headline: Caracas David Tower
Author: Angela Bonadies
Date created: 22 Jan 2011
File size: 3.9MB
Keywords: squatters, invaders, housing, poverty, Angela Bonadies
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