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WE CHANGE LIVES.
We use the transformative power of design to improve people’s lives, enrich communities and create a better world.

WE CHANGE LIVES.
We use the transformative power of design to improve people’s lives, enrich communities and create a better world.

WE CHANGE LIVES.
We use the transformative power of design to improve people’s lives, enrich communities and create a better world.

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July 2017

Puerto Rico developments seek to build community, not just public housing

A pair of new projects, designed by Alvarez-Diaz & Villalon | Architecture & Interior Design, seeks to reimagine underinvested sections of San Juan.

Patrick Sisson | Curbed.com Read more
July 2017

The three amendments to the Economic Incentives Act

The Economic Incentives for the Development of Puerto Rico Act (Law 73 of 2008) received several amendments signed by the governor, Ricardo Rosselló.

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July 2017

Rosselló signs amendments to tax incentive laws

Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares today signed amendments to laws 20-2012, 22-2013 and 73-2008, which seek to attract foreign investment through contributory incentives as well as local professionals who export services.

María de los Milagros Colón | Primera Hora Read more
July 2017

Government amends incentive laws to attract more investors

Governor Ricardo Rosselló Nevares signed three legislative measures aimed at attracting investors and encouraging small and medium-sized enterprises. Ricardo Álvarez-Díaz and Cristina Villalón, owners of a design and architecture company, indicated at the press conference that through Law 20 they have been able to export services to the Middle East, Panama and New York, among other places; In addition to increasing its number of employees from 7 to 15. “For us Law 20 served as a refocusing mechanism to redirect our energies towards exporting our services. However, the minimum requirement of employees discouraged many professionals, since the majority are individual practitioners. The approved amendment opens the doors to most of these to create new professional opportunities instead of turning them into yet another statistic of the people who leave Puerto Rico.”

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