Torre Valle Oriente is a mixed-use complex located on Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue in the Valle Oriente area of the San Pedro Garza García municipality.

The building includes commercial space, offices, apartment units, and amenities.  The goal was to create an emblematic building that stands out of its context, with a welcoming public plaza that acts as a transitional space and shields visitors from Lázaro Cárdenas Avenue.

On the street level, on the ground floor we designed a row of commercial spaces that mark off the floorplan and accentuates the separation with the avenue. Floors 1 and 2 are focused on retail and we also included commercial spaces in S1.

The central courtyard is a meeting and leisure space open to the public that connects commerce with the tower.

One of the biggest challenges was to maintain privacy for different types of users, which was achieved by creating independent access for the commercial and residential sections of the building, an attractive feature for real estate development.

Due to the nature of the project, we needed a parking garage with high capacity. We designed the parking garage between floors 3 and 5, in addition to underground parking from S1 to S7. We divided up The parking levels were divided based on types of use to guarantee users’ privacy.


Project Info








5,642.68 m2, 60,737.30 sq ft.


77,952.07 m2, 839,069.09 sq ft.

Architectural design

Arq. Rodrigo G. de la Peña L.

Architectural design team

Arq. David Galán, Arq. Sergio Gurrola, Arq. Imelda Montenegro, Arq. Karla Madrigal, Arq. Tomás Cantú, Arq. Héctor Quilantán, Arq. Luis Lauro Lozano, Arq. Daniel Quintanilla.


Arq. Rubén González.

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