Interlomas is a residential and commercial area in State of Mexico, Mexico, located 18 kilometres (11 mi) west of Mexico City's historic center and about 4.5 kilometres (2.8 mi) north of the Santa Fe edge city. Interlomas belongs to the municipality of Huixquilucan in the State of Mexico. As of 2011, it has a population of approximately 170,000.
The district is home to Centro Comercial Interlomas (1992) and Paseo Interlomas (2011),  a major regional shopping center with anchor department stores El Palacio de Hierro, Sears, and a landmark Liverpool, completed in 2011 and noted for its architecture, rooftop "park" and nicknamed "the UFO" for its shape.
Interlomas has about 500 buildings of 15 stories or higher.
Interlomas is connected to exurban areas to the north and south by the Autopista Chamapa-La Venta and to Mexico City itself by the thoroughfares Avenida de los Bosques, Paseo de la Herradura, and Bosques de Minas.
In the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, the majority of Mexico City's Jews moved from Condesa, Roma and the Downtown to Polanco, Lomas de Chapultepec, Interlomas, Bosques de las Lomas, and Tecamachalco, where the majority are now based.
- Juan Pablo González. "Interlomas, fotos y datos de esta zona exclusiva de Edomex" [Interlomas, photos and facts about this exclusive area]. El Universal Estado de México.
- George Pomeroy. Global perspectives on urbanization. p. 191.
- Dalila Escoba (September 19, 2013), "Edificios del Poniente, sin medios para enfrentar emergencias" [Buildings in the west, without ways to handle emergencies], Barrio
- Vivienne Stanton (September 13, 2010), The many faces of Jewish Mexico