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Mexico City not only offers innumerable places to visit, it also offers a wide variety of gastronomy, cultural richness, entertainment, job opportunities, but above all diversity when it comes to housing.
Among its great variety there are neighborhoods that stand out from the rest, thanks to the amenities, infrastructure and high quality of life, as well as its cost. That is why we list the most expensive areas of CDMX.
Lomas de Chapultepec
Lomas de Chapultepec is located in the Miguel Hidalgo district and is characterized by being an area where there are large mansions. It is made up of several neighborhoods, such as Lomas Altas or El Triángulo, one of the most expensive.
According to a market report by Inmuebles24, its highest price per square meter is between 53,677 pesos. The house with the highest value per cubic meter is found in Section IV. It has an excellent location within an exclusive private complex with four houses. Its structure consists of three floors, three bedrooms, a 50-square-meter garden, three parking spaces, a terrace, a laundry room, and 24-hour security. Hours.
Its land is 595 square meters of which 515 meters are constructed. Its price per cubic meter is 73,786 pesos. The property has a value of 38 million pesos.
Bosques de las Lomas
It is one of the most exclusive areas in the northwest of Mexico City. It is found in the delegations of Cuajimalpa and Miguel Hidalgo. According to the Inmuebles24 report, Cuajimalpa is the second mayor’s office with the highest sales prices. Until May 2022, the average value of a house is 50,223 pesos per square meter.
However, there is a property in which its cost per meter is 114,295 pesos per square meter and its total value is 38 million pesos.
It has 665 square meters of land, of which 520 meters are construction. The house is made up of a garden, four parking spaces, three bedrooms with their respective bathrooms, two storage rooms and an office.
Jardínes de Pedregal
Located in the Álvaro Obregón town hall, its houses and gardens have become a turning point in Mexican architecture. It is considered one of the most expensive areas, despite the fact that its buildings are more than 50 years old. The average price per meter is approximately 39,978 pesos.
The highest value in square meters is 54,286 pesos, that is, the price of the house is 38 million pesos. The construction size is 700 square meters, of which they are distributed in 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a large private garden and a game room.
Polanco is positioned as one of the most expensive areas of CDMX, becoming one of the most exclusive places to live. It belongs to the Miguel Hidalgo delegation and the average price per square meter ranges from 26,560 pesos.
The property with the highest value in cubic meters is 146,154 pesos. Its structure is made up of two floors, three bedrooms, as well as two parking spaces. It has a construction size of 260 square meters and 157 square meters of land.
San Diego Churubusco
It is a neighborhood located in Coyoacán, in addition to being considered one of the most expensive areas of the city, it stands out for the quality of life, location and its wide range of real estate that it offers. The average price per square meter is between 23,593 pesos.
The highest price per square meter is 41,989 pesos, so the value of the property is 38 million pesos. It has 1,305 square meters of land and 905 square meters of construction distributed in: four bedrooms with bathroom and dressing room each, two utility rooms, two studios, hall, games room, garden, boiler and a fountain.