The Malecon Center is a complex of skyscrapers in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The complex is divided into four towers: Malecon 1, Malecon 2, Malecon 3 and Hilton Santo Domingo. The three Malecon towers each with a height of 122.4 m (402 ft) are the second tallest buildings in the Dominican Republic.  Each Malecon tower has 31 floors and the Hilton Santo Domingo has 21 floors, for a total of 114 floors in the complex. The buildings were designed by the architecture firm Rodríguez Sandoval.
|Type||Residential, hotel, commercial|
|Location||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
|Roof||122.4 m (401.6 ft) (each tower)|
96 m (315.0 ft) (hotel)
|Floor count||31 (each tower)|
|Floor area||195,000 m2 (2,098,963 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Jesús Rodríguez Sandoval|
|Main contractor||Rodríguez Sandoval|
The three Malecon towers, which were completed in 2003, are for residential use. The fourth tower in the complex, Hilton Santo Domingo, is a hotel that was completed in 2004. Also included in the complex are a mall, movie theater and a casino. The complex is located near the shore and overlooks the Caribbean Sea.