Mexico City this year will have its new tallest tower
Office supply will grow 29 % this year in Mexico City, mainly in areas such as Reforma and Polanco ; companies delivered 35 office towers, which will add nearly 700,000 square meters.
Torre Reforma , Miyana , Torre Diana , DEK QUBICA Polanco and Lomas will be part of the 35 new office towers to be delivered throughout the year in Mexico City and representing an increase of 29 % over the surface to be joined last year.
In 2015, the company delivered 21 office buildings in Mexico City , with a leasable area of 541.777 square meters. This year, the 35 towers that developers plan to deliver added 697.373 square meters, according to data from real estate brokerage firm CBRE.
“We will see a lot more space placement we’ve seen in several years. The perspective is that we are not facing an unhealthy market. The quality of buildings and types of owners have changed and is building world-class , “said Lyman Daniels , president of CBRE Mexico.
The market that most buildings this year will integrate Reform Center towers to be emblematic in the city.
One is the Reform Tower will become the highest so far in Mexico City, with a height of 246 meters, beating the Torre Mayor, next to it, whose height is 225 meters.
Torre Reforma has 50,000 square meters of rentable area and is developed by the office of architect Benjamin Romano, LBR & A Architects. The firm estimates that the tower, which will be marketed by its developers , will begin operations in the first quarter of this year.