The city of Cordoba was not alien to the economic and social ide "globalization", which imply a strong expansion and concentration of capital, impacts on the social sphere and increasing inequalities. The output of convertibility in late 2001 and the consequent increase of the external opening of the country hit some economic sectors, mainly agroexporters, which inserts into the dynamic international business to obtain broad margins. The gains are transferred to other sectors of the economy continue to increase the profitability of the players involved.
Since then there has been a marked expansion of the real estate and construction, in central districts of the same and towards the periphery, with the construction of gated communities .. This exacerbates the value of urban land and a property revaluation in the areas mentioned, which is demanded by large investors. The territorial configuration of the city of Cordoba in recent years has been led by private capital. Without an urban project that will ensure the management of the city, has resulted in high densities built at the expense of public spaces, including plazas, recreational areas and sports. In turn there is increased population density per km2 which require the use of these spaces. Urban voids containing the city can still be part of reversing this situation and re-capitalize the "green government" as an area of social production and reproduction of space