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Faria Lima Avenue Tour

Faria LimaFaria Lima Avenue (Known for the skyscrapers - banks - Investment funds). Faria Lima is an avenue in the city of São Paulo that is an important commercial and financial center that rivals the downtown, Berrini Ave and Paulista Ave areas.
The avenue has recently started to be perceived as some sort of "Brazilian "Wall Street" due to the many financial institutions headquartered there or on adjacent streets. Examples include BTG Pactual, Itaú BBA (two of Brazilian biggest investment banks), Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Morgan Staley, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JPMorgan Chase, UBS and many others.
Faria Lima Ave was built in the late 1960s, by São Paulo's then mayor Brevet Brigadier José Vicente Faria Lima, it would receive his name two years later, after his death. By 1970, the construction of several high-rise commercial buildings was started, tearing through the middle of the large residential area that had been there before. The large skyscrapers that started to rise around the area prompted it to be called the "Second Paulista." In the 1990s, Faria Lima Ave was extended in both directions, to the north and to the south. The project was controversial because many citizens were displaced, but it was carried out anyway and opened in the late 1990s. Nowadays Faria Lima Ave has a long cycle path on its medium allowing people to ride along its entire extension, has shopping centers, but what impress their visitors most are the magnitude of the skyscrapers.

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