At 172 meters high, two meters higher than Mirante do Vale, in the city centre, Platina 2020 will soon be the tallest new building in the city of São Paulo.
The project located in the district of Tatuapé, in the east of the city, is being built by the developer Porte Engenharia e Urbanismo, which has already delivered almost 50 projects in the region. Currently, 83.4% of the work has been completed, and the building is expected to be delivered in June this year.
It will be a mixed-use development, with shops, a hotel, residential apartments, commercial rooms and corporate slabs. "Our intention was not to be the highest. But to allocate everything we think the region needs", said Marco Melro, founder of Porte, to EXAME Invest.
The ground floor will have a living façade made up of 19 stores, in line with the Master Plan and with the most modern practices recommended by urban planners to bring life and safety to residents and those who visit the region.