Mexico: the highest skyscraper in Latin America

1 October 2003

With 29 elevators and 157,000 m² of space, the Torre Mayor is a dominating presence in Mexico City!


The highest tower in Latin America, it boasts 55 floors and reaches a height of 230 meters. The skyscraper was built with LafargeHolcim white cement and houses offices and a shopping center. Because of the high risk of earthquakes in Mexico City, the building incorporates a number of seismic protection mechanisms.