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City Santa Fe in Mexico City


italimex

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IM, those skyline shots are very impressive, I'm adding this thread to my favorites, that is some of the most sleak office architecture I've seen. Looks like there is also a big building boom with many of those looking as good as new and others under construction.

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Italimex, I've heard that Santa Fe is mostly a business district and not a good place to live in. It lacks the urban feeling of other parts of Mexico City (walkability, public transportation, parks, restaurants etc.) like Condesa, Polanco or Downtown. Do you agree there? I just drove through Santa Fe and even so it looks sharp I didn't get a good vibe. But I love Mexico City and as a matter of fact will move there in July. Can't wait. Despite its problems it is a wonderful city.
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Actually the development of residenctial building, homes and residenctial aartments in SF is one the biggest in Mexico City, i think Santa Fe offers a better quality of living than any other area in Mexico City, of course if you like upscale shopping malls, very urbanized areas where the most important thing is modernization over all.

Althought i love Polanco, Condesa, Coyoacan, Las Lomas, but you enjoy these neighborhoods when you are high class mexican society, when you know how mexican society works and of course if u speak spanish.

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