The four favorite areas to live in Mexico City
When you buy a property, the location is one of the most important factors to consider, as it will influence your lifestyle and quality of life, as well as the price of the home.
You must consider that due to all the benefits that each one of these zones offers, their capital gain is high and therefore their selling prices of real estate as well. Here are 4 of the best neighborhoods in Mexico City to live in and why.
Not surprisingly, Polanco continues to be considered the best area to live in Mexico City, it is one of the city's most traditional, luxurious and exclusive neighborhoods. Its offer includes luxury shopping malls and residential areas. It is located in the Miguel Hidalgo municipality, which is one of the most expensive in the country.
All its cultural, artistic, recreational and gastronomic offer also makes this neighborhood the favorite for tourists. It has Masaryk Avenue, the most important commercial area. And of course, its beautiful gardens and large pedestrian areas make this area one of the most distinctive, not only of Mexico City but also of the country.
You will always find Polanco within the list of the best neighborhoods and favorites to live in the center, but also within the most expensive for the purchase of real estate given its added value.
This neighborhood of the Cuauhtémoc municipality has become in recent years one of the favorite areas, mainly by young people, to live in the center.
It is one of the most important places in gastronomy because it has options for all kinds of tastes, from important restaurants to food stalls. But this is not the only characteristic that distinguishes it, but also its cultural offer and its nightlife.
In addition to being a quiet area to live with boutiques, parks, cafes and important cultural places, such as the Shakespeare Forum, here you are also surrounded by bars and nightlife, which makes the neighborhood a combination of culture, party, and gastronomy, which is why young people are attracted to it, however, the people who live there are of different age ranges.
This neighborhood is also located in the municipality Cuauhtémoc is similar and close to the Condesa neighborhood. It is an area that combines the cultural richness and the calm and familiar atmosphere with amusement.
It has beautiful historical buildings, artistic and cultural places, among which the Lamm House and the MUCA Roma stand out. In addition, it is surrounded by shopping malls such as Plaza Luis Cabrera and Plaza Rio de Janeiro, which gives you a great deal of entertainment.
As in the Condesa, here you can enjoy the gastronomy and nightlife; it has some of the most famous bars in the city, as well as nightclubs. It also has easy access to transportation and Eco bikes. This is another area preferred by young people, both to visit and to live in the city.
The main attraction of this neighborhood is its proximity to Polanco, which is why it has become an attractive area for those seeking a lifestyle similar to that of the most exclusive neighborhoods of Mexico's capital.
The Granada neighborhood is divided from Polanco by the Ejército Nacional Avenue, so it is easily accessible. This place houses the most important museums of the municipality Miguel Hidalgo, where it is located, such as the Soumaya Museum and the Jumex Museum.