A beacon for Bogota

Atrio’s two towers stand at 268 metres and 201 metres tall, and will redefine the Bogota skyline.

They send an important message: that Colombia is changing, Colombia is ready for business, and Colombia is open to the world.

Mixing places to meet and eat with places to live and to work, Atrio will come alive all times of the day. Open and covered areas provide space for people to work, live, relax and celebrate whatever the weather.

A symbol that represents our new place in the world, and the new opportunities facing this country and this continent.

Floorplans

  • Office Space
  • Access Areas
  • Core Areas
  • Passenger Lifts
  • Goods Lifs / Fire Lift
  • Balcony

Responding to this prime geographical space, the vision was based on an honest and collaborative process, the partnership key to each step of the development.

A better place to stay

The luxurious business class hotel includes 210 guestrooms, lounge, spa, meeting rooms, restaurants and ballroom.

Guests will be at the heart of Atrio’s vibrant core, with an 800 sq m covered entrance canopy and 8-storey soaring atrium bringing the space alive.

Survey the city

Stand atop the tallest building in Colombia, and take in 360-degree views from the 2-storey observatory deck.

Survey the dramatic mountain backdrop and the city’s buildings as they reach into the distance.

High-floor luxury residences

Views stretch from each of the lobby’s decks, looking east, south and west, and residences feature the finest city and mountain views from private outdoor space, up to the 53rd floor.

Take in the expanse of Bogota and the surrounding mountains from private terraces. Diagonal bracing steel connectors frame the view to become an impressive residence feature.