La Pintada in the province of Coclé, is emerging as an area of great development in Panama, because it is in one of the provinces where a good part of the economy moves in the agricultural and industrial field, currently it is the route of passage to one of the largest copper mining projects in Central America, Cobre Panamá, and in the eyes of investors they are placed in La Pintada as it is a transit route for workers of all economic and professional levels who are part of the workforce that moves this important mining project . Therefore, many of these people require nearby homes in the area to improve their quality of life in terms of saving travel from long distances to different parts of the country, both in the Capital and in Azuero and the rest of the different provinces that offer the skilled labor. This makes it a community with a sustainable local economy and generation of opportunities for investors who dare to believe in La Pintada.
This farm may well be developed to:
① Urbanization project whose target market is designed for mine employees, as well as families that maintain businesses in Penonomé, since it is located just 15 minutes from the shopping center.
② To continue maintaining it as a cattle farm, as it is currently, or as a dairy farm or, for cattle stabled due to its 90% flat topography with a bottom of fresh hills, also for horse farms.
③ For agricultural project of tropical products, exotic fruits, mangoes, etc.
④ Or for a rural subdivision project for the opportunity price x square meter at a rate of B /. 3.00 x m2.
● Location: La Pintada just 3 minutes from town, and 15 minutes from the Inter-American
● Accessibility: Completely by paved street, it has more than 300 linear meters of street frontage
● Size: 23 hectares + 779 m2 hectares with 90% of flat surface
● Great opportunity price: 30 thousand x Ha, all sold together
● Has a deep water well
● Power lines in front of the farm
The name Cocle probably originates from the mighty Río Coclé del norte and Río Coclé del Sur, which cross their territories. Another possible origin is due to the Cacique Coclé who dominated the Central Plain. It is also a province of great natural and material wealth. There is access by land to the Petaquilla mine located in Coclésito, Donoso district in the province of Colon.