Parques Polanco

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Parques Polanco is a 16,924-square-metre (4.182-acre)[1] mixed-use development in Mexico City at Lago Alberto street #320, Colonia Granada in the new business and residential area of Nuevo Polanco, Mexico City. It was built on the site of Fábricas Automex/Lago Alberto Assembly, a Chrysler assembly plant.[2] The complex includes:[3]

  • in Phase I, 5 apartment complexes designed by Higuera + Sánchez, A5 Arquitectura, Ten Arquitectos y KMD México
  • in Phase II, two towers designed by Edmonds Internacional.
  • in Phase III and IV two towers designed by Arditti Arquitectos
  • a retail area with banks, restaurants, shops and a large Sport City gym
  • a central park designed by Kees Van Rooij, winner of the AMDI 2010 award in the landscape architecture category[4]
  • the 32-story, 449-foot (137 m) BBVA Bancomer back office building (under construction)[5][6]

The complex has received 2nd place award in the XVIII edition of the "Premio Obras Cemex" awards in the category "Commercial and Mixed Use" (Comercial y de Usos Mixtos).[4]