Start of construction
Normandie Building was built in 1622 by order of the then Mayor Pedro de Andrada.
Don Juan Cisneros
The lot was bought by Don Juan Cisneros.
Modified and transformed into a residence to be acquired by the Captain and Alderman Antonio de Berrospe y Oyarzábal.
Nuestra Señora del Carmen
The house becomes the Sacred Convent of Nuestra Señora del Carmen.
It is a Hospital for the nuns of the order of the Carmelitas Descalzas.
José Joaquín de Iturbide
Acquired the house of José Joaquín de Iturbide y Arregui, married to María Josefa de Aramburu y Carrillo, parents of Agustín de Iturbide y Aramburu.
Dragón de Hierro
On February 27, 1802, in this house, Ana María Huarte married Don Agustín de Iturbide, better known as "Dragon de Hierro" and the first Emperor of Mexico.
Don Máximo Diez Herrero
At the end of the 19th century, the property was remodeled by Don Joaguín Oceguera. Later it was acquired by the Bank of London and Mexico, who in 1932 sold it to Don Máximo Diez Herrero. The Normandie Building was inherited by Doña Ma. Guadalupe Diez González Cosio, who, upon her death, handed over the property to her son Don Agustín Máximo Arriaga Diez.
Cantera Diez Hotel Boutique
Beautiful and Luxurious Boutique Hotel is inaugurated and Directed by C. Agustín Máximo Arriaga Diez, which combines the classic with the modern, the aesthetic with history and luxury with warmth.