San Miguel Chapultepec

Street in San Miguel Chapultepec
Santuario Parroquial de Nuestra Señora del Carmen "La Sabatina"
Parroquía de San Miguel Arcángel

San Miguel Chapultepec is a colonia or neighborhood in Delegación Miguel Hidalgo in Mexico City.

Its borders are:[1]

The colonia's streets carry the names of generals and governors of Mexico. The buildings mostly consist of houses, whether still used as residences or converted into offices. Being a central neighborhood where the Circuito Interior freeway, Ave. Constituyentes (a main through road to Santa Fe, Toluca and points west), and the Ejes viales 2 and 4 South, the area is saturated with traffic.[2][3]


INEGI reported 7 605 inhabitants in 2005.[1]

Religious buildings[edit]

  • Parroquía de San Miguel Arcángel[4]
  • Santuario Parroquial de Nuestra Señora del Carmen "La Sabatina".[5]


The Mocel hospital of the Grupo Ángeles group is located here.[6]

Public transportation[edit]

Metro stations on the neighborhood's border are Chapultepec, Juanacatlán on Line 1; Constituyentes de la Line 7 y Tacubaya de la 1, 7 y 9.

Metrobús Line 2 serves Eje 4 Sur until Tacubaya with stops at De La Salle, Parque Lira, Tacubaya and Antonio Maceo (corner of Jalisco).[7]

In the neighborhood there are EcoBici bikeshare bikes.[8]


Coordinates: 19°24′41″N 99°11′19″W / 19.411473°N 99.188521°W / 19.411473; -99.188521