Building pending opening, as seen in February 2016
|Tallest in Mexico from July 2015 to May 2016[I]|
|Preceded by||Torre BBVA Bancomer|
|Surpassed by||Torre KOI|
|Location||Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City|
|Owner||Fondo Hexa, S.A. de C.V.|
|Antenna spire||246 m (807 ft)|
|Roof||244 m (801 ft)|
|Floor area||829,392 sq ft (77,053.0 m2)|
|Design and construction|
|Structural engineer||Arup, Diseño Integral y Tecnología Aplicada SA de CV|
|Main contractor||Lomcci; COREY; Cimentaciones Mexicanas, S.A. de C.V.; HEG Diseño e instalacion S.A. de C.V.|
The Torre Reforma is a Mexico City skyscraper with a height of 800.5 feet (244.0 m) to the roof and housing 57 stories, in 2016 it became the tallest skyscraper in Mexico City, exceeding both Torre BBVA Bancomer at 771 feet (235 m) located just across the street, and Torre Mayor at 739.5 feet (225.4 m) located next to it.
Construction began in May 2008. The complex will host a restaurant, a shopping mall, entertainment areas and DOOM International's Reforma Gym. The construction of the building will be managed by Vertical Capital Group while LBR and Architects is in charge of development.
It is being built at Paseo de la Reforma #483, across the street from the Torre Mayor, at the site formerly occupied by a nightclub on the Paseo de la Reforma. The initial plan included the demolishing of a historic 1930s house near the site, but it was decided to conserve the house and use the historic structure as the main entrance to the building.
The building contains 45,000 m2 of office space, 2,500 m2 of retail space and 2,500 m2 of gym space. It has 28 lifts (elevators)  reaching a maximum speed of 6.8 meters per second. It will be along with the World Trade Center in Mexico City the building with most elevators in Latin America. The tower will feature an underground parking garage with a capacity of 1,161 vehicles. In 2016 Torre Reforma achieved LEED Platinum certitication.
- Sisson, Patrick (15 January 2016). "This 57-Story Concrete Tower in Mexico is Designed to Bend, Not Break". Curbed. Retrieved 16 January 2016.
- "Torre Reforma -Proyecto".
- "Torre Reforma U.S. Green Building Council".
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