LUIS CABRERA PLAZA
Just like the Rio de Janeiro Plaza, this place is located on the north-south basis, and it is formed by the Orizaba Street. It adapted smaller dimensions and a neighborhood scale. Both plazas have been transformed until they reached their current image. Its surroundings have buildings with bad quality heights, however, there are many good samples of the local architecture: the master house represented by a magnificent example by the Engineer Arturo Jiménez located on Orizaba 131-139 that dates from 1917, the small house at the Plaza Luis Cabrera 9 that dates from the second decade of this century, the community housing with the main street; Ajusco building number 10 at this Plaza, and some examples from this century such as: The twin houses at Zacatecas 90 and 94 that date from 1912 by Arturo Jiménez, which are a magnificent example Art Nouveau houses on a L-shaped plan. The isolated houses with ecletic decoration, such as the one at the Zacatecas 120 from 1914, or the one at Orizaba 126 by the Engineer Simón Mitre from 1910, are both currently occupied by educational centers.