Panama City is experiencing a luxury condominium building explosion. A wall of high-rises now dominates the city's coastal skyline, and more are underway despite mounting supplies of unsold units. This type of development seriously impacts its surroundings. Public utilities struggle to meet the demand for new installation and high load services. Single family neighborhoods are choked by towers rising all around them. And, an already deteriorating environment and creaky infra-structure strain against the competing goals of increased development, quality of life, urban transportation, and environmental protection.
Esquirol, Jorge L.
"Titling and Untitled Housing in Panama City,"
Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy: Vol. 4
, Article 6.
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