Olympic Golf Course warms up luxury real estate segment in Rio de Janeiro

Designed by American architect Gil Hanse, the Olympic Golf Course is the only one in Latin America with an international level, with an area of ​​one million square meters. There are 18 holes and players have access to strollers, driving range, golf lessons, changing rooms and all the necessary structure for large events.

Located in Barra da Tijuca, the Olympic space has been contributing to boost the luxury real estate segment of the region by expanding the potential of the neighborhood and the interest of those seeking quality of life, services, convenience, luxury and large green areas in Rio. .

Riserva Golf is Brazil’s first LEED Silver internationally certified residential, related to sustainable energy use

For those who love sports, the Riserva Golf condominium is one of the most modern and complete residences in the city, and is a few meters from the Olympic Field. The project, which is the first LEED Silver-certified Brazilian residential in Brazil, linked to sustainable energy use, still has large leisure areas integrated with a beautiful landscaping with native species and an architectural project that can bring nature into each and every one. environment.

The Olympic Golf Course was built for Rio 2016, an event that marked the return of golf – after 112 years – to the Olympic Games and left its legacy to the city of Rio de Janeiro. In addition to the Olympics, the field has hosted other tournaments such as the Brazilian Open and the Rio de Janeiro State Open and offers beginner classes. There are three free classes (one class per day) with an average duration of two hours, on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am. For more details about the venture just visit the official website of Riserva Golf.