Polanco apartment

Buying an apartment in Polanco means living in a large area of mexico City, learn more about it

Polanco is the most famous area of the Miguel Hidalgo mayor’s office, to the west of the CDMX. It is known for being related to luxury, good living and also cultural diversity. Its proximity to the Bosque de Chapultepec immediately placed it as the preferred area of those who wanted to live well but far from the center. Over the years, it was consolidated as a large residential area and today, those who have an apartment in Polanco also acquire the advantages of the area.

What does it border?

According to the website of the Mixed Fund for Tourism Promotion of the Government of Mexico City, Polanco borders to the north with the National Army Avenue, which borders the colonies Granada, Nueva Granada or Nuevo Polanco and Irrigation. To the east is General Mariano Escobedo Avenue and on the border is the Anzures neighborhood. To the south we can find the Paseo de la Reforma and the Bosque de Chapultepec, and to the west is the Peripheral Ring and adjoins Lomas de Chapultepec, Social Reform and Military Residence.

This means that Polanco has great connectivity with all areas of Mexico City thanks to its proximity to many important avenues that can take you anywhere.

Why is it considered multicultural?

Having an apartment in Polanco means you will have close contact with important immigrant communities. The Spanish Arabs, the Jewish community and the French have allowed Polanco’s cultural growth to be remarkable, especially for his contributions to education, entertainment and gastronomy.

Why do you excel in education?

If you have a family and you are concerned about the education of your children, the Polanco neighborhood has many offers in academic matters and some of the most recognized schools in the city. Each one has a different educational methodology and they are usually bilingual.

Some of the most emblematic schools are the Liceo Escolar Mexicano, the Colegio Ciudad de México, the Colegio Francés Pasteur and the Liceo Franco Mexicano.

What about entertainment?

In Polanco there are restaurants, art galleries and shopping centers to choose from, also many shops, theaters and great connectivity with important museums in Mexico such as the Museum of Anthropology, the Tamayo Museum of Contemporary Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Jumex Museum and the Soumaya Museum.