The project proposes a model for mixed-use, mixed-income, high-density housing in Mexico City in response to its extreme housing deficit and spatial segregation. The site where this model is tested is the Modelo Brewery in Miguel Hidalgo, one of the core districts of the city.Given its scale and its location along the divide between one of the wealthiest areas of the city in close proximity to neighborhoods of lower middle income, mixed with light industrial use, the site provides an interesting opportunity for redevelopment.The project emphasizes the need for incentive-based development that produces not just housing, but also the necessary civic infrastructure to create viable communities. The incentive system will also provide housing opportunities for a more diverse population, in contrast to the status quo development pattern of gated homogeneous residential communities. In an attempt to produce a better form of development within the constraints of a profit-driven development model, a system of incentive zoning was used by which the developers will be given density bonuses in return for the production of civic spaces and affordable housing. As can be seen in diagrams depicting various scenarios, the incentive system results in higher profit margins for the developer and a better result for the city.