105 Campestre Torre A

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105 Campestre Torre "A" is the tallest of the three towers in the Campestre Complex, it is located in the Northern Escalon Area, in the city of San Salvador. Currently is among the tallest building structures in the country of El Salvador. This tower was designed and built by Inversiones Bolivar.

Urban areas, the project proposes an intervention strategy, which consists of placing the towers as close to the perimeter of the lot, thus ensuring safety and minimize the possibility of placing blind walls, which do not allow the integration of the project with the city, proposes to incorporate this approach in a large area toward the center of the project, called Central Park.[1][2]

Statistics

  • Location: Northern Escalon, San Salvador
  • Floor Count: 24
  • Height: 79 m (259 ft)
  • Start Date: Late 2006
  • Completion Date: Early 2009
  • Facilities: Parking, Green Areas, Gym, Pool, Open Air Track Field (top of the building).

The Tallest by Months

When finished, 105 Capestre Torre A became the tallest structure in the country; being 79 meters (259 ft) tall, it passed Torre Cuscatlan or The Citibank Tower at 74 meters (243 ft) tall. However, on December 1, 2009, the structure became the second tallest. Torre Futura took this place with 96 meters (315 ft). [3]

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