Centrally located on one of the main avenues in the heart of Mexico City, Revolución 757 provides access to dozens of commercial areas, restaurants and major office buildings. The all-inclusive condo community has 168 homes ranging from one to three bedrooms. Residents also have access to many amenities such as a gym, reading area, pool, movie theater, lounges and more. The contemporary exterior of Revolución 757 matches its approach to providing a modern experience for residents. From smart amenities and a charging station for electric cars to its commitment to sustainability, Revolución 757 offers a place for environmentally-conscious residents.
The building has high efficiency boilers for hot water and external shading devices on the exterior to conserve energy. With low-flow showerheads and water-efficient water closets, residents can reduce their water consumption. These green features are expected to help residents lower their utility bills by more than one third. Construction materials such as honeycomb clay blocks also reduce the embodied energy in materials. FICADE, the developer of Revolución 757, is an innovative company committed to building modern homes in Mexico City that minimize their impact on the environment without sacrificing quality. They have chosen to certify all of their future properties with EDGE.
Revolución 757 has received a preliminary EDGE certificate from GBCI.
Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification
Less Embodied Energy in Materials
Reduced window to wall ratio, external shading devices, high efficiency boiler for hot water, energy saving lighting and lighting controls for corridors and staircases.
Low-flow showerheads and faucets and water-efficient single flush water closets.
Concrete filler slabs with polystyrene blocks for floor and roof construction, honeycomb clay blocks with plaster on both sides for internal and external walls and aluminum window frames.
*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.