Structure in General
- The tower will be surpassed by Torre de la Escollera as Colombia's tallest building.
- The public observatory on the 52nd floor is the highest in the city.
- The tower has 15 elevators which travel at 5 meters per second.
- 3000 tons of steel and 6000 cubic meters of concrete were used in the tower's construction.
- Top of the tower is nearly 9160 feet (2792 m) above sea level.
- At the time of completion, this was the tallest building in Latin America, until the construction of Parque Central Torre Este in Caracas, Venezuela.
- The tower was illuminated externally for the first time on August 6, 1998 while celebrating the birthday of Bogotá.
- During December the lights on the top have the colors of the Colombian flag.
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2426 Carrera Séptima
Carrera 7 # 24 - 82
Also recorded for this building:
ground surveyor, owner
Features & Amenities
- One of the city's famous buildings