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Monterrey

Monterrey

About Monterrey

1,130,960 in city
3,664,631 in metro
374.4 mi² (969.7 km²)
1,762 ft

Monterrey is the capital of the northern state of Nuevo León. It is known as the "City of the Mountains" for its location, right in the middle of the Sierra Madre mountain chain. It is Mexico's third largest city and second in industrial output. Recognized around the world for its entrepeneurial character Monterrey is considered one of the best cities for business in the world. The city is home to some of the largest Mexican corporations. Although this corporations have traditionally opted for large corporate states, the recent lack of space in the city is forcing companies to build upward. For this reason the city is experiencing a construction boom, particularly in the San Pedro Garza Garcia area, which is expected to grow considerably in the next few years.

Note: Make sure to visit the San Pedro Garza Garcia page

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Metro Cities:

No. of Buildings

No. Current status
91 All buildings
10
planned
5
under construction
76
existing

Tallest buildings

# Building Height Year
1 Centro de Gobierno Plaza Cívica 591 ft 2010
2 Torre Civica 591 ft 2010
3 LIU East 492 ft 2013
4 Oficinas en el Parque Torre II 377 ft 1998
5 Edificio Latino 361 ft

Other buildings

No. Type
3 Famous buildings

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