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Bosques de las Lomas

The Arcos Bosques complex in Bosques de las Lomas

Bosques de las Lomas is a colonia, or officially recognized neighborhood, located in western Mexico City. It falls partly in Cuajimalpa borough and partly in Miguel Hidalgo borough.

The neighborhood is bordered by:[1][2]

  • Colonia Lomas de Chapultepec on the east
  • the Palo Alto colonias (behind which is the Santa Fe district) and colonias Lomas de Bezares, Real de Lomas and Lomas de Reforma on the south
  • Colonias Lomas de Chemazal and Lomas de Vista Hermosa on the west and northwest
  • the Tecamachalco colonias on the north, which lie in the State of Mexico


  • Demographics 1
    • Jewish community 1.1
  • Economy 2
  • Transportation 3
  • References 4


According to INEGI, in 2005, 24,552 people lived in the part of Bosques located in the Miguel Hidalgo borough.[1]

Jewish community

In the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, the majority of Mexico City's Jews moved from Condesa, Roma and the Downtown to Polanco, Lomas de Chapultepec, Interlomas, Bosques de las Lomas, and Tecamachalco, where the majority are now based.[3]


The Arcos Bosques office and shopping complex is located in the neighborhood, just east of the beginning of the Santa Fe district, Mexico City's new financial district.

The most exlcusive places are located in this area.


Main roads in the neighborhood are Bosque de la Reforma, Paseo de los Ahuehuetes Sur, Paseo de los Tamarindos, and Paseo de los Laureles.[1]

As this is one of the most expensive and exclusive areas of Mexico City, public transportation is relatively poor, with only a few bus routes and expensive taxi services available. Car ownership is very high among residents, and they are rarely seen walking the streets.


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  2. ^ Mapa de colonias de la Delegación CuajimalpaEl,
  3. ^

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