Prodigy Network’s Cultural Capital: Supporting Emerging Artists at ArtBo

December 4, 2013 / 0 comments

Art appreciation is a big part of Prodigy Network’s corporate culture. We’re not only interested in real estate and crowdfunding, but we also invest a great deal of value promoting and supporting what we refer to as, “cultural capital“. To further cultivate this interest, we partnered with W Radio and El Tiempo News to present at…

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Bogotá Art District Generates Profit, Creative Capital and Urban Renewal

October 15, 2013 / 0 comments

As part of Prodigy Network’s portfolio of inspiring crowdfunded projects, we are partnering with Alejandro Castaño, a well known architect from Bogotá, in the development of the Bogota Art District, also known as BAD. This innovative artist residency program was designed to service the needs of individual artists and financial investors to generate profit, creative…

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The William: An Extended Stay Residence Where Art & Design Come Together

August 23, 2013 / 0 comments

The William, which will be located in New York City’s Financial District, is not only a extended stay luxury residence, but it’s also a sanctuary for Latin American Art. Here at Prodigy Network we’re dedicated to introducing the idea of crowdfunding in real estate projects in Bogotá, New York and Miami. Our projects, are not…

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Urban Art Triumphs in My Ideal City

August 12, 2013 / 1 comment

So far, My City Ideal has launched two of the more than 3,400 ideas proposed by citizens via the main platform the Ideal Graffiti & Street Art contest and the Ideal App for Bogotá


All Eyes On Bogotá

January 21, 2013 / 0 comments

 by Astrid Bastin |  Since I left Bogota in 1996, the city has undergone a profound transformation. When I was attending university there in the early 1990s, stories of violence and conflict dominated the news. Now, Bogota is one of the safest and most vibrant metropolises in Latin America. With its award-winning restaurants, cool clubs,…

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A good BAD thing for Bogotá

January 17, 2013 / 0 comments

Strategically located in a crossroads area of Bogotá, BAD is a business opportunity designed for a select group of collectors and art lovers. Bogotá Art District simultaneously combines an investment in real estate with access to Latin American art opportunities. The idea of BAD is to purchase homes in a specific area of the city…

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