We’ve always had great ambitions: But back then we didn’t know we would become Centenario. In the beginning, our name was LISA (La Inmobiliaria S.A.) and we were dedicated to building construction and urban development.


Fifty-four years after our incorporation, Steve Jobs and Apple launched the LISA desktop computer. We changed our name to Inversiones Centenario, having built a large part of the formal Northern Lima area and constructed residential buildings in many districts, as well as several branches of Banco de Crédito del Perú; in addition to the development […]


Our objective was clear: We wanted our company to stand the test of time. In 1995, we started the construction of Peru’s first business center in San Isidro.


We decided to focus our real estate activity on Offices and Residential Areas. We bought over 1,000 hectares in Lurín and more than 100 hectares in Carabayllo, creating a large land bank for the future. We prepared our plan with the purpose of expanding our portfolio of offices to be leased.


We issued our first corporate bonds for USD 25 million.


Our clients are our priority. We began to offer the property management service directly from our office buildings.


We started our first residential area project in provinces, in the city of Chiclayo.


Based on our successful experience with Centro Empresarial Real, we built Cronos, the first premium business center in Surco.


We formed an alliance with Paz Corp. (Chile) and entered the residential construction business through the Paz Centenario joint venture.


We started residential area projects in Ica and Huancayo.