Built where the IMSS baseball stadium once stood in the heart of the Benito Juárez borough, Parque Delta was the first shopping center to combine a departmental store (Liverpool), fashion shops, restaurants and cinemas with a supermarket (Soriana).
The combination proved to be an excellent concept by covering the main needs of the middle-class families of Mexico City. Parque Delta is one of the most successful malls per square profitable meter in the country.Details
Parque Duraznos was one of the first avant-garde shopping centers in the country, combining modern designs with entertainment options and restaurants.
It is located in one of the more affluent neighborhoods of the city and its opening invigorated the interest of many businesses to relocate in the area.Details
Located in a middle-class area north of the Mexico City, Parque Lindavista offers several commercial and entertainment options.
Parque Lindavista immediately became a commercial success because it satisfied both the market and the boroughs need for a premier high quality mall. It has Liverpool as an anchor shop. In 2007 it won the ADI's Best development Award.Details
Parque Tezontle is located in Iztapalapa, the largest borough in Mexico City with a population of more than two million people and a clear absence of modern commercial offer.
Parque Tezontle is one of the largest private investments ever made in Iztapalapa and attended a consumption zone that was previously unattended. It has Liverpool and Sears as anchor stores.Details
With the Parque Puebla Project, Fibra Danhos maintains its premier quality asset development strategy and is diversified in geographical terms, contributing to the development of the metropolitan area of Puebla-Tlaxcala, which has a population of 2.7 million inhabitants and is the fourth most populated in the country, after Mexico city , Guadalajara and Monterrey. With approximately 70.000 sqm (GLA), It has an entertainment center, department stores, sub anchors, boutiques, restaurants, cinemas, entertainment, supermarket and services such as banks, telephone service centers and gymnasium. Parque Puebla has Liverpool, Cinépolis and Sears as anchor stores.Details
Parque Las Antenas
The Parque Las Antennas project reinforces the strategic approach of Danhos REIT in the metropolitan area of Mexico City, which is the largest market in the country. The project is located in the limits of the Iztapalapa and Xochimilco boroughs where there is a high population density, as well as a lack of commercial and quality entertainment options, opening a great opportunity to capture the demand of the area. Also, the connectivity of the zone will improve significantly with the work to continue the second floor of the Periférico to the limits of the Iztapalapa delegation with the municipality of Nezahualcóyotl in the State of Mexico, and with the reopening of line 12 of the Metro, which will allow the influx of families from other delegations and municipalities. The project will include the participation of Liverpool and other anchors, cinemas, restaurants, boutiques, a supermarket and services such as banks and telephone service centers as well as a unique amusement park in the area.Details