Its history and architecture are part of the charm of this construction. At the time, it was one of the tallest buildings in Medellin. This heritage building keeps the past of the city and was restored by Comfama Compensation Fund, to open its doors and teach music, visual arts, dance, yoga and programs for families to enjoy.
The building constructed in 1906 is close to Carré building, with which it is commonly compared because their structures resemble the coffee dryers of Antioquia’s coffee plantations. An inspiration of the French architect Charles Emile Carré, creator of the Metropolitan Cathedral and other architectural gems of the city. Without any doubt, the Vasquez Building is the perfect place to start the tour through downtown Medellin and its attractions.
Phone number: (+54 – 4) 512 99 65
Adress: Carrera. 52 No 4431
Opren from monday to friday 8:00 a. m. – 6:00 p. m.