Jeronimo was built in 1914 by a dentist and freemason named Jeronimo Garcia. It has the most intricate façade in Casco Viejo. It is located on top of the historic city wall making it the highest building in the neighborhood resulting in spectacular 360 degree views of the Panama City skyline, Pacific Ocean, the Panama Canal and tropical islands, mountains and rainforest. HHP completed the mixed-use restoration project in 2014. The building houses a contemporary art gallery and speak-easy bar on the ground floor and has six residential units above.