A stunning glass-façade office block in Polanco – the most sought-after of Mexico City's central districts – is the location of the Leibnitz center. Stainless steel, both outside and inside, plus marble finishes, are just some of the eye-catching features of a building that is strategically positioned in the most exclusive residential and business zone in the capital. Just north of Chapultepec Park, in-demand Polanco is home to government agencies, national and multinational companies, embassies and international organizations such as the UN and the OECD. Nearby Avenida Presidente Masaryk and Avenida Ejército Nacional are two of the city's most upscale commercial and retail corridors. Culturally diverse Polanco also offers hotels, museums and art galleries. Mexico City is the economic engine of Mexico, boasting one of the world's fastest-growing GDPs. Its economic base has shifted from manufacturing to services and its influence is felt throughout Latin America.