The detention and torture centre had two sections of cells, located across from each other and separated by a very narrow aisle. The centre also had three torture chambers, bathrooms, and infirmary, a guardroom and three individual cells. The centre had the capacity to detain 200 people at any given time during its existence, housed between 1,500 and 1,800 people. This information is deduced from the testimonies and the identification codes given to the detainees at the time of being taken to the torture and detention centre. At the end of the 1970’s the building was demolished for the construction of the motorway 25 de Mayo.