The Paseo de Amador was built in 1913 with rocks from the extraction of the Panama Canal and connects 4 islands Naos, Perico, Culebra, and Flamenco. It is the second longest promenade in Panama City.
Amador is renowned for being a cultural and artistic center. In it is the Museum of Biodiversity designed and built by Frank Gehry, winner of the Pritzker Prize and developer of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain. In Amador, there is also the Figali Convention Center, a convention center known worldwide when the Miss Universe contest was held in 2003. A second Convention Center is currently being built in Amador. In addition to a number of prestigious restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, the Calzada de Amador has two hotels: The Country Inn and La Playita.
World-renowned scientific and research institutions are headquartered in Amador as the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, The Latin American Parliament, The Punta Culebra Marine Exhibition Center.
The construction of the Pacific Cruise Port began in the Amador Causeway. It has a marina where all the necessary services are provided to supply the yachts that are staying there, 2 yacht clubs, a duty-free warehouse near the dock where the ferries depart and boats to the famous islands of Contadora and Taboga.
Among its numerous residential buildings, it stands out for its central location and its views of the Panama Canal, the Bridge of the Americas, the Bay and the Panama City Causeway Towers.
Causeway Towers are a set of six low-density apartment towers. In Tower 6 with unusual panoramic views is this Penthouse of 250M2 distributed as follows:
Private balcony in the bedroom and living room
Loft in the master bedroom
Marble floor and high ceiling
2 parking spaces