The Centro Financiero Confinanzas, also known as the “David Tower” named after its investor David Brillembourg. The tower stands in downtown Caracas, Venezuela and it’s the country’s third tallest skyscraper. It was half-completed when the construction was halted in 1994 after the Venezuelan banking crisis of 1994. The house was reverted to the government. Now it’s occupied by 2,500 squatters. They have built their own ecosystem – sanitations, electricity, retail, recreation centers and building security.
Can you blame the people for taking advantage of an otherwise useless piece of property?