Milla de Oro

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For other uses, see Golden Mile.

Milla de Oro (lit. "Golden Mile") is a nickname given to a one-mile stretch of Ponce de León Avenue in Hato Rey, San Juan, Puerto Rico. The stretch is famous for the number of local, federal, and international banks and financial company headquarters and buildings, located in the area, which have led some to call it the "Wall Street of the Caribbean".

List of buildings on Milla de Oro

  • Popular, Inc. headquarters (3 buildings)
  • Westernbank World Plaza (formerly known as Ponce Bank headquarters); acquired by Banco Popular de Puerto Rico after an FDIC closure of several banks on the Island on 2010.
  • First BanCorp headquarters
  • Kevane Grant Thornton Building (formerly known as Bolivia 33)
  • The Hato Rey Center (formerly known as Home Mortgage Plaza)
  • Banco Santander building
  • Scotiabank building
  • American International Group (AIG) building
  • MCS Plaza (Formerly Pan-Am Plaza)
  • Puerto Rico Comptroller’s Office building
  • City of San Juan government tower
  • AON Center
  • Citibank Tower
  • Centrum Plaza
  • Puerto Rico Department of Labor and Human Resources (Departamento del Trabajo y Recursos Humanos) building
  • José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum (Coliseo de Puerto Rico)
  • BBVA Plaza (formerly Chase Manhattan Bank Plaza)
  • Eurobank Building
  • Hato Rey Train Station
  • Roosevelt Train Station
  • Aquablue at the Golden Mile......
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