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Mexico Financial Hub Faces Office Glut After Oil Plunges

The twin towers of Capital Reforma rise above Mexico City’s priciest district, where monuments to independence and an Aztec emperor dot a boulevard shrouded in trees. It’s also where investors made a big bet.

Three years after opening, the 27-story glass towers across from the Mexican Stock Exchange are about half empty. A large “For Rent” sign disrupts their sleek façade.