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Lindavista

Lindavista has long been one of Mexico City's great shopping neighborhoods. It was first laid out in the 1930s by Teodoro Gildred. The result is a good example of planned urbanization. This happened precisely when the city's population was booming.  

Today it's a solidly middle class neighborhood with tons to do. Known for its quaint and affordable California-style homes, the community is unique. It's picturesque with streets, sidewalks, and period homes of wood, carved stone, and red-tile roofs.

See the listings below for more on the shopping centers. Plus you'll find other points of interest in and near Lindavista.   

Mercado de San Bartolo Atepehuacan

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Parque Vía Vallejo

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Centro Cultural Futurama, Lindavista

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Plaza Lindavista Shopping Center

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Encuentro Fortuna Shopping Center

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Parque Lindavista

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Sanctuary of San Cayetano, Lindavista

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Hugo Gutiérrez Vega Art Center & Theater

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Metro Lindavista

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Metro Deportivo 18 de Marzo

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Metro Potrero

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Galería Maestro Antonio Rodríguez / Jaime Torres Bodet Cultural Center

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