The City Council has given the green light to building 100 meters high and 26 floors located on the Diagonal, between Bilbao and streets Pere IV
The City Council has given the final green light to residential skyscraper 100 meters high and 26 floors located at Avenida Diagonal 131, corner of the streets Pere IV and Bilbao, which required a building permit last to complete the project.
The property, with 125 homes already sold, is owned by Altamira Santander Bank -the real estate, is being developed by the Catalan promoter Corp, and involves a total investment of over 70 million euros.
This is one of the real estate projects that stood in Barcelona during the housing crisis -the work was interrupted in 2008 by the problems of the developer initially and then was conceived as a 20-story building plus a large overhang.
After it adjudicase Altamira, the design changed to a 26-story project without overhang, but CiU led by the City Council was reluctant to this change, requiring a new license for six additional plants, which include a swimming pool with solarium on deck. Meanwhile Corp has been working on the existing structure of the skyscraper, and has achieved new building permit with the Consistory led by Ada Colau. The promoter is also pending license this year to get a promotion price of 130 homes concerted Can Batllo, of which 82 have already sold.
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