Executive Tower, Montevideo
|Former names||Palacio de Justicia|
|Architectural style||Modern architecture|
|Location||Plaza Independencia, Montevideo, Uruguay|
|Height||35 m (115 ft)|
|Structural system||Reinforced concrete|
|Design and construction|
The Executive Tower (Spanish: Torre Ejecutiva) is the workplace of the President of Uruguay. The original project was started in 1965 as a future Palace of Justice, but the 1973 coup d'état interrupted it.
By the time the military government ended in 1985, the building was too small for the Uruguayan justice system, so the project remained halted for decades until in March 2006, President Tabaré Vázquez decided to finish the building and use it as an extension of the Estévez Palace. The President's offices were transferred there from the Liberty Building in September 2009.
Despite the name, the building does not actually belong to the Presidency of Uruguay but to a fully government-owned company called Legader S.A., which is in charge of leasing office space to other public and private organizations to finance the work on the building.