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Inversiones Centenario story

With over 80 years of experience, our company has played a vital role in the real estate community and has helped to shape the city landscape.  Directly or through our subsidiaries, we developed solutions to each project in different areas like urban development, planned communities, homebuilding, apartment buildings and management, office spaces and shopping malls. 

We always look to create solutions with superior service and dedication to our clients.
 

1929

The Beginning: Creation of LISA Group (La Inmobiliaria S.A) dedicated to construction and urban development.

1986

Inversiones Centenario was born as a Registered Corporate name (Razon Social).

1995

Centro Empresarial Real Grand Opening, first Business Center in San Isidro.

1997
  • Adopts the strategy of building a portfolio of offices for lease.
  • Purchase of Santa Maria land in order to develop the country’s largest planned community.
1998

First issue of Corporate Bonds in Peru.

2002
  • Second issue of corporate bonds in Peru.
  • Initiates the administration of real estate for office buildings.

 

2005

Branched into regional projects, doing their first one in Chiclayo.

2006

Initiation of Santa Maria planned community sale process. 

2007

Launch of Cronos, first Premium Business center in Surco.

2008

Venture into the homebuilding business by a joint venture with Paz Corp. of Chile, creating Paz Centenario. 

2009
  • Launch project in Ica.
  • Launch project in Huancayo. 

 

2012

Purchase 86 acres of land in Ate (east area of Lima) and land acquisitions in the main provinces of the country, forming a diversified land bank. 

2013
  • Entry into the Commercial real estate market through the acquisition of MZ.
  • Entry into the Industrial business.
 
Centenarioprojects

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Real estate for rent

Real estate for sale

  1. Planned communities

  2. Industrial

  3. Apartments Condos

  4. Office spaces

  5. Shopping centers

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