A reference building in construction and sustainable design.

Within one of the most exclusive municipalities of Monterrey, San Pedro Garza García, is Torre Sofia. An emblematic mixed-use development, which has been built complying with the guidelines of a Leed Certification, is the most widely used classification system in the world that verifies that the processes have strategies aimed at improving their environmental performance.

With 154 meters high and 39 floors, it is one of the pioneering buildings in Mexico to be designed proactively, combining new technologies and sustainable techniques that respect international standards regarding the efficient use of resources, the implementation of recycled materials, and suppliers in the region. Among them is a cement mixture that was specially created by Cemex for this project, to reduce the carbon footprint. 

It is also characterized by its engineering and intelligent systems such as the Building Management System, which manages and controls all vital functions of the development, ensuring the balance between environmental conditions, energy uses, and operational requirements.

It has quality monitoring and treatment of outdoor air indoors with injections that replace it every five hours, reducing pathogens and improving natural cross ventilation

Finally, it is characterized because its landscaping protects the habitat of the property, with trees that were rescued and replanted, reusing rainwater for irrigation through tanks and pumps that help minimize water consumption by 50%.