Monterrey, Mexico

Monterrey Facts

150m+ Buildings 5 Completed4 Under Constr.
300m+ Buildings 1 Completed
Tallest Building T.Op Torre 1 (305 m)
Global Ranking #155 in the world by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
Regional Ranking #34 in North America by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
Country Ranking #3 in Mexico by no. of 150m+ completed buildings
First 150m+ Building Centro de Gobierno Plaza Civica (2010)
Average Building Age 3 years
Most Common Function Mixed-use , 56%
Most Common Material Concrete , 89%

All building-related facts are for 150m+ buildings.

Buildings See All Buildings in City

1   T.Op Torre 1 2020 305 m
2   SOHL 2023 268 m
3   Pabellon M 2015 206 m
4   Santa Maria Torre 6 2020 189 m
5   Lola! 2021 184 m
6   Centro de Gobierno Plaza Civica 2010 180 m
7   T.Op Torre 2 2019 156 m
8   Balzac Torre B 2023 152 m
9   Hélice 2021 150 m
10   Balzac Torre A 2022 137 m
  Completed   Arch. Topped Out   Struct. Topped Out   Under Constr.
1   Torre Rise 2024 440 m
2   Santa Maria Torre 7 - 180 m
3   Santa Maria Torre 8 - 180 m
4   LaLo 2023 160 m
  Proposed
1   Torre Rise 2024 440 m
2   T.Op Torre 1 2020 305 m
3   SOHL 2023 268 m
4   Pabellon M 2015 206 m
5   Santa Maria Torre 6 2020 189 m
6   Lola! 2021 184 m
7   Santa Maria Torre 7 - 180 m
8   Santa Maria Torre 8 - 180 m
9   Centro de Gobierno Plaza Civica 2010 180 m
10   LaLo 2023 160 m
  Completed   Under Constr.   Proposed

Building Function More Charts

Based on 9 Buildings Over 150m Height

 

Structural Material More Charts

Based on 9 Buildings Over 150m Height

 

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Research Papers

Sky’s Not the Limit: Creative Challenges of Vertical Urbanism in Mexico
17 Oct 2016 – Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism