List of tallest buildings in Mexico

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This list of tallest buildings in Mexico ranks skyscrapers in Mexico by height. 280-metre-high (920 ft), currently topped-out Torre KOI in San Pedro Garza García is the tallest building in Mexico since its completion in 2017.

Tallest completed buildings[edit]

This lists ranks completed and topped out buildings in Mexico that stand at least 150 metres (492 ft) tall, based on standard height measurement. This includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts. An equal sign (=) following a rank indicates the same height between two or more buildings. An asterisk (*) indicates that the building is still under construction, but has been topped out. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was completed.

  Was the country's tallest building upon completion.
Rank Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year City Notes
1 Torre KOI
Torre Koi
279.5 m (917 ft) 64 2017 San Pedro Garza Garcia Tallest building constructed in Mexico in the 2010s.[1]
2 Torre Reforma
Torre Reforma
246.6 m (809 ft) 57 2016 Mexico City Tallest building in Mexico City.[2][3]
3 Chapultepec Uno*
Chapultepec Uno.jpg
241.6 m (793 ft) 58 2019 Mexico City Topped out in March 2018. [4][5][6]
4 Torre BBVA Bancomer
Torre BBVA Bancomer
234.9 m (771 ft) 50 2015 Mexico City [7]
5 Torre Mayor
Torre Mayor
225.4 m (740 ft) 55 2003 Mexico City [8]
6 Torre Ejecutiva Pemex
Torre Ejecutiva Pemex
211.3 m (693 ft) 52 1982 Mexico City [9]
7 Pabellón M
Pabellón M
206.5 m (677 ft) 47 2015 Monterrey [10]
8 Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara
Hotel Riu Plaza Guadalajara
204 m (669 ft) 42 2011 Guadalajara [11][12]
9 Torre Paradox 200 m (660 ft) 62 2018 Mexico City [13]
10 Torre Altus
Torre Altus
195 m (640 ft) 44 1998 Mexico City [14][15]
11 World Trade Center Mexico City
World Trade Center México
191.3 m (628 ft) 50 1994 Mexico City [16]
12 Torre Reforma Latino 185 m (607 ft) 46 2015 Mexico City [17]
13 Metropolitan Center Torre II 181 m (594 ft) 52 2017 San Pedro Garza Garcia [18]
14= Torre Ciudadana 180 m (590 ft) 36 2010 Monterrey [19]
14= Torres Cuarzo 180 m (590 ft) 40 2017 Mexico City [20]
14= Peninsula Tower 180 m (590 ft) 51 2014 Mexico City [21]
15 Hyatt Regency Andares
Hyatt Regency Andares
173 m (568 ft) 41 2016 Zapopan [22]
16 LIU Residences EAST 172 m (564 ft) 39 2012 San Pedro Garza García [23]
17 Torre Aura Altitude 171.6 m (563 ft) 44 2007 Zapopan [24]
18 Elite Residences Sirocco* 171 m (561 ft) 36 2018 Mexico City Topped out in 2015 but work on complex still ongoing.[25][26]
19 Torre Avalanz 167 m (548 ft) 43 2000 San Pedro Garza Garcia [27]
20 Torre Latinoamericana
Torre Latinoamericana
166 m (545 ft) 44 1956 Mexico City Mexico's first skyscraper, first to be build with a glass and aluminum curtain wall and the first to be build on an active seismic zone.[28][29]
21 Torre Punta Reforma 163.7 m (537 ft) 37 2015 Mexico City [30]
22 Corporativo Bansi* 162.7 m (534 ft) 32 2018 Guadalajara Topped out in late 2018[31][32]
23 Arcos Bosques Corporativo Marco I
Torre Arcos Bosques 1
161.5 m (530 ft) 33 1996 Mexico City [33]
24 Arcos Bosques Marco II
Torre Arcos Bosques 2
161.2 m (529 ft) 34 2008 Mexico City [34]
25 Torre Diana 158.3 m (519 ft) 33 2016 Mexico City [35]
26 Torre Sofia 158 m (518 ft) 39 2014 San Pedro Garza Garcia [36][37]
27 Torre Helicon 156.2 m (512 ft) 33 2011 San Pedro Garza Garcia [38]
28 Reforma 342 152.1 m (499 ft) 34 2012 Mexico City Also known as Torre El Angel, Torre New York Life.[39][40]
29 Saqqara Residences 1 150 m (490 ft) 37 2015 San Pedro Garza Garcia [41]

Tallest under construction or proposed[edit]

Under construction[edit]

This lists buildings that are currently under construction in Mexico that are expected to rise to a height of at least 150 m (490 ft). Buildings whose construction has been suspended (on hold) are also included. Table entries with dashes (—) indicate that information regarding expected building heights or dates of completion has not yet been released

Name Image Height
m (ft)
Floors Year City Notes
T.O.P Torre 1 304.8 m (1,000 ft) 2019 Monterrey 59 floors build as of November 2018. Poised to become Mexico's first supertall skyscraper.[42][43]
Mitikah Torre A 267.3 m (877 ft) 68 2020 Mexico City [44]
Reforma 432 264 m (866 ft) 70 2020 Mexico City On hold as of October 2018.[45]
Oak 58 High Living 232 m (761 ft) 51 2022 Puebla [46]
Hotel Safi Metropolitan 230 m (750 ft) 56 2019 San Pedro Garza Garcia Third tower of the Metropolitan Center complex.[47]
Torre JV Angelopolis 225 m (738 ft) 50 2020 Puebla [48]
Downtown & Be Grand Reforma 206.8 m (678 ft) 50 2022 Mexico City [49]
Elite Residences Bora 55 2020 Mexico City On hold as of October 2018.[50]
Torre Nvbola 198 m (650 ft) 42 2018 Puebla [51][52]
Torre 40 42 2019 Leon [53]

Proposed[edit]

This table lists buildings that are proposed for construction in Mexico and are expected to rise at least 150 feet (46 m).

Name Height
m (ft)
Floors Year City Notes
Torre Insignia 330 m (1,080 ft) 77 2020 San Pedro Garza García Stale Proposal as of October 2018.[54]
Torre Reforma Colon 310 m (1,020 ft) 65 2021 Mexico City [55][56]
Torre Puerta Reforma 304.8 m (1,000 ft) 65 Mexico City [57]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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