Mexico City Looks to Get Another Tallest Building

Reforma 432, designed by Foster + Partners

Mexican development company Abilia plans to resume work on Reforma 432, an office building set to have 57 floors, the same as the city’s current tallest building, Torre Reforma (ELEVATOR WORLD, February 2017), Mexico News Daily reported. Originally in the hands of another developer and called Sky Tower, the Foster + Partners-designed project has experienced approximately seven years of delays. The 85,000 m2 in Reforma 432 will mostly be for corporate use, with 6,000 m2 set aside for commercial use. It is set to take shape at a corner on Paseo de la Reforma Boulevard next to the Diana the Huntress Fountain. A construction timeframe was not provided.

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