The home of Uruguay’s culture, politics and commerce now features La Cumparsita. La Cumparsita stands in 'Ciudad Vieja' – the oldest part of the capital city of Montevideo, close to the main square of Plaza Independencia. In the last couple of years, this neighbourhood (which for several decades was the political and economic centre of the city country) has undergone impressive regeneration. Renowned for its art deco buildings, colonial homes and landmarks including the neoclassical performance hall Solís Theatre, it’s also the main port of Uruguay, and is home to the 'Mercado del Puerto' – an old market and venue for traditional Uruguayan food and beverages.
More than just a stunning, contemporary glass façade, this building impresses from the start with its double-height ceiling lobby and suntrap roof terrace – perfect for lazy lunches or networking soirées. Each workspace is flooded with natural light, from private offices to chic meeting rooms and buzzing communal areas. Plug in to our thriving community of like-minded professionals and soak up the entrepreneurial spirit. Best of all, getting here couldn’t be easier – Buenos Aires bus stop, Estación Central train station, and Montevideo ferry terminal are a short walk away.
Why choose La Cumparsita.