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The Chocavento Tower (Edificio Chocavento) is a highrise office building located in in the San Isidro district of Lima, Peru, built in 2001. At a height of 107 meters, it is currently considered the highest building in Peru, followed by the Centro Civico or Torre de Lima at 102 metres (although the Centro Civico has subsequently had an antenna added that brings it to 122 metres.) From 2010, it is expected to be surpassed by the Libertador Lima building, which has been designed to be 118 metres high.
The Chocavento building has 24 storeys above ground and five storeys below ground. Its construction cost 15.3 million US dollars.