Edificio COMEGA / COMEGA Building

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Completando la esquina de Leandro N. Alem y Corrientes está el Edificio COMEGA, de estilo racionalista y con fachada íntegramente de mármoles travertinos de colores claros. Cumple un papel importante en la historia de los rascacielos porteños, superando en altura a gran parte de los edificios porteños de esa época, terminando de construírse en la década de 1930. Supo tener durante mucho tiempo una confitería en el piso semicurvo que sobresale dentro de los últimos pisos. Hoy el acceso está restringido y abre ocasionalmente para eventos muy específicos. Las vistas desde las terrazas son de las mejores del Microcentro fuera de los observadores de las grandes torres de perímetro libre.

In the busy corner of Leandro N. Alem and Corrientes stands the COMEGA Building with its rationalist style and its travertine marble facade of light colors. It is a very important piece of the history of the skyscrapers in Buenos Aires. When it was built, in the 1930s, it was higher than most of the buildings around. For a long time, it had a bar in the semi-curved floor who stands in one of the last floors. It is closed to today though to the general public. It only opens just a few times a year for very specific events. The views of the Microcentro from the COMEGA are some of the best ones after those of the highest towers of the surrounding blocks.

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