The Parque Central Complex is a lodging, business and social improvement, executed by Centro Simón Bolí and situated in the zone known as El Conde in the focal point of the city of Caracas, Venezuela contiguous Paseo Vargas. Inside the complex are the Twin Towers of Parque Central which are two high rises that, for quite a long time, have turned into Caracas' design symbol.
They held the title of tallest high rises in Latin America until the point that they were overwhelmed by Torre Mayor in Mexico City From 1979 until 2003. Today the Parque Central Towers are South America's second tallest high rises and the third tallest in Latin America, after Gran Torre Santiago in Santiago and Torre Mayor in Mexico City. Parque Central towers are the tallest twin structures in Latin America.