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Torre de David is a story, partially-finished office tower that houses a vibrant community of squatters in Caracas. Vocative goes inside Torre de David—known as the Centro Financiero Confinanzas before it was abandoned, mid-construction, in —in a new documentary short. But Vocativ gets a bit more in-depth, talking to inhabitants and politicians about life inside the tower, which houses around families out of roughly 50, displaced people in Caracas.
The reality is more complicated. Meanwhile, some inhabitants have turned the bare bones of the building into surprisingly modern apartments, installing windows and lugging flat screens and other comforts into their spaces. A guard watches the entrance, and a motorcycle is available to shuttle residents up the first ten floors. Still, since Torre de David is a symbol of the larger economic problems plaguing Venezuela, many politicians would prefer to see it torn down.
But advocates disagree, arguing that tearing down one slum and fairly high-functioning one at that would only create another. That monster needs to be supported. We need to see how to, hand in hand, with the state. The A. Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan. Filed to: slums.
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