Reforma 222

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Reforma 222
Complejo Reforma 222.jpg
location in central/western Mexico City
location in central/western Mexico City
General information
Address Paseo de la Reforma 222, colonia Juárez
Town or city Mexico City
Country Mexico
Coordinates 19°25′45″N 99°09′44″W / 19.4290645°N 99.1621562°W / 19.4290645; -99.1621562
Groundbreaking 2003
Construction started 2004
Completed November 2007
Design and construction
Architect Teodoro González de León
Structural engineer Grupo Danhos
Main contractor Grupo Danhos
Towers 1 and 3, Reforma 222

Reforma 222 is a mixed-use complex on Paseo de la Reforma just west of Avenida de los Insurgentes in the Colonia Juárez neighborhood of Mexico City. Construction started in 2004; the complex opened in November 2007 and consists of three towers designed by Mexican architect Teodoro González de León, who also designed the National Auditorium and Museo Rufino Tamayo. There is 173,000-square-metre (1,860,000 sq ft) of space and there is a glass-covered shopping center.[1][2]

Towers 1 and 2 rank among the top 30 tallest buildings in Mexico City. The height of the towers is as follows:

  • Tower 1: 125.8m, 31 stories, offices
  • Tower 2: 125.8m, 26 stories, residential
  • Tower 3: 93.4m, 19 floors

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