Located in the heart of San Borja, a suburb of Lima, the Hermano Lobo 188 residential complex has 12 one, two and three-bedroom apartments. Residents have access to retail stores and restaurants all within a few blocks of the complex.
The district of San Borja is known for its vast green spaces. Hermano Lobo 188 is situated only two blocks away from the Pentagonito running trail where residents can enjoy the outdoors. Built to be resource-efficient, each unit has energy-saving lighting, low-flow faucets and other features that conserve energy and water.
The developer of Hermano Lobo, GALEON, builds architecturally unique yet functional apartment buildings in the Lima area. The developer has ensured its new housing stock is environmentally-friendly by selecting sustainable construction materials. These materials include concrete filler floor slabs and cored brick walls that help the building save embodied energy in materials.
Hermano Lobo 188 has received final EDGE certification from GBCI.
Reduced window to wall ratio, reflective paint/tiles for roof, and energy-saving lighting.
Low-flow showerheads, low-flow faucets for kitchen sinks and washbasins, and dual flush water closets.
Concrete filler slabs with polystyrene blocks for floors and roof, cored bricks with plaster for internal walls, and cored bricks with plaster and in-situ reinforced wall for external walls.