The asset’s refurbishment – which was inherited from Metrovacesa’s integration – repositioned it on the market by turning its target towards young people. And it brings different concepts with 60% of the space directed towards experiences, which include surf pools, virtual reality areas and a 15 metre climbing wall.
Only the remaining 40% are destined to retail, according to newspaper Expansión in its print edition. In total there are 97 shops and 22 temporary spaces. It also provides a parking area for 1.800 vehicles, of which 50 spaces are for electric vehicles.