Mirador 101 is part of a cable car system that started operations in 1956 and ceased working in 1977. In 2011 it was decided to restore the existing facilities due to its emblematic, tourist, and recreational interests. The project has a covered area of approx 2100 m². It is implanted in a mountain climate, and around it, there is almost one hectare of flatlands that can be used for recreational purposes.

In this sense, it began with cleaning the existing ruins, and a restoration architectural design proposal was carried out that would include lighting, street furniture, and signage.