According to the latest population census conducted by INEGI, 8 out of 10 Mexicans live in cities, so there are more and more people in less space. That is why making buildings taller instead of larger is a smart decision to be able to distribute urban populations without expanding the urban sprawl and harming the surrounding environment.
But in addition to space, there are other advantages to living in apartments or vertical housing.
Lower expenses in the long run.
While buying within the urban area may cost more at first impression, in the long run you save money by spending less money on commuting to places of work, study facilities, recreation and commercial areas that exist within the urban infrastructure.
Better quality of life.
Within the urban area, humans can satisfy our material, psychological, social and economic needs by being close to all the elements to satisfy them. Making it more likely that we will be happy.
More efficient spaces.
Designers of vertical housing know that they have to make the most of the smallest spaces in the units, and they try to make each place within the home serve a specific purpose and distribute them in the best way.
One of the greatest advantages of living in apartments is the ease with which you can access services such as water, gas, electricity and internet connection. Vertical homes are more easily supplied and gain capital gains in a relatively simple way.
Modern vertical housing is developed with an integral and full life for its future residents in mind. They seek to have gardens, recreation and wellness centers, places to meet with the community and facilitate community security.