March 23, 2012
In spite of structural issues with the half-finished high-rise Torre de David in Caracas, Venezuela, 625 families have created a community that includes residences, retail, and services. The failures of Venezuela’s social programs and national banks coalesced in such a way that over a thousand low-income people are now living in a building that has a heliport.

In spite of structural issues with the half-finished high-rise Torre de David in Caracas, Venezuela, 625 families have created a community that includes residences, retail, and services. The failures of Venezuela’s social programs and national banks coalesced in such a way that over a thousand low-income people are now living in a building that has a heliport.

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