Reforma 222

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Since the 19th century, Reforma Avenue has been one of the most important avenues in Mexico City. After the earthquake of 1985, its importance declined, despite of the City’s Government continuous effort to increase its value and interest of investment. Little was achieved until year 2000.

Aware of the commercial relevance of this area, Grupo Danhos started its recovery by the conceptualization and development of the first mixed-use project in Mexico, which comprised housing, offices and stores. Reforma 222 radically changed the perception of this commercial corridor, since neither shopping centers nor apartment buildings had been built in this area for more than five hundred years.

Designed by the most prestigious Mexican architect, Teodoro González de León, the success of Reforma 222 set the guidelines that changed the avenue’s profile, which resulted in more than thirty new projects along a mile.

Reforma 222 definitely started a trend in the development of mixed-use complex, which gave place to over ten projects created by other real estate developers in the city. In 2008, and for the second year in a row, Grupo Danhos received the ADI award for the most successful real estate development.


Reforma 222
Esquina Havre
Col. Juárez
Del. Cuauhtémoc
México, D.F.

Land area

14,000 m2

Constructed area 188,000 m2
Project description

It is a mixed-use development where you can find an exclusive mall, AAA-level offices and the most spectacular residential building in Mexico City.

It is conceived as a part of the city, and its public spaces and the blend of usages make it lively and colorful all day, every single day.

Common areas

Underground parking lot for 2000 cars, a tree-lined covered bustling pedestrian street full of nowadays high quality services.

Start 2007