Parque Esmeralda was conceived as the first office campus in Mexico City. It was as well the first big real estate option along south Insurgentes Avenue, the longest offices corridor.
This location attracted those habitants who wanted to live in the south of the city but couldn´t find high quality spaces. In the following years it has become one of the most important corridors in the city. It set a trend, started by Parque Esmeralda, which turned an old paper factory, property of Grupo CARSO, into offices and stores.
Av. Insurgentes sur Nº 3579 esquina Camino Santa Teresa
|Land area||30,000 m2|
|Constructed area||95,000 m2|
|Space available for lease||34,057 m2|
||A corporate building with three geometrical towers-10 level each. It has sidewalks, squares, water mirrors and green areas. Each tower works independently due to its nuclear services center which also emphasizes the versatility of this design.|
|Common areas||Open areas, squares and gardens, along with high-speed elevators, cistern with water treatment system.|
|Services||Smart building with emergency power plants, advanced fire protection systems and fiber optic phone line.|
|Parking||1,636 parking spaces|