The magnificent location, the quality of the homes and the functional and sustainable design of the development give the Metrovacesa project unique and exclusive characteristics. It is one of the few new-build residential buildings in this area of the city, located in a quiet setting next to the Berlin park and just five minutes from the Azca financial area. This residential complex will help meet the demands for new modern and functional homes in one of the capital's neighborhoods that is currently arousing the most interest.
The leading real estate developer in Spain will allocate a total of 20 million euros for the development of this project, which will have 67 homes with between one and four bedrooms.
Construction work on the complex is already underway and is expected to be completed by the end of 2022. The development will be made up of homes equipped with top quality materials and with great light, since most of them will have terraces. They will also have a fully equipped leisure area, with a gym, space for bicycles and a swimming pool. The promotion will also be equipped with a gourmet room and a solarium area on the roof, in addition to three basements for garages and storage rooms. The building will have a commercial area on the ground floor.
The project is located within the M-30 ring road, very close to Paseo de la Castellana, with different transport points and excellent connections. The area also has a large number of nearby entertainment and dining venues, as well as all kinds of services such as schools, sports areas and health centers. This new development reinforces Metrovacesa's commitment to the Community of Madrid, consolidating its position as one of the leading and most important developers in the region, where it currently offers more than 260 homes, and demonstrates the company's ability to provide response to the existing demand for quality new construction housing in one of the cities in Spain where there is more tension between supply and demand for this type of product. It also adapts to the new needs demanded by customers after the pandemic, such as terraces, light and larger spaces.