The developer Conren Tramway will build a new office building in the technological district of Barcelona with an investment of approximately 45 million euros. The company has just acquired some land at 106 Calle Almogàvers in a complex timeshare operation that has involved fifteen families, most of them third and fourth generation industrialists.
The property will have 9,000 sqm of leasable area and will be built on one of the last available finalist lots in 22 @ after the moratorium applied by the Barcelona City Council in the area last year. Works are scheduled to start before 2023.
The developer has commissioned the design of the building from the architecture firm Batlle i Roig. The new development will have eight floors, between 700 and 1,400 sqm each, and terraces with sea views and outdoor green spaces totaling 700 sqm. It will also have a parking area adapted to micromobility, which includes ramps with adapted slopes and spaces to store bicycles and scooters.
This is Conren Tramway's fourth project in 22 @, after those of Sancho de Ávila, 65, sold to Amundi; Badajoz, 97, and Almogàvers, 160, transferred to CommerzReal, and Pallars, 180, whose completion is expected next December. In addition to these buildings, the firm remains very active in the rest of Barcelona: it owns the Tres Xemeneies building in Parallel and is in charge of the transformation of the old Mercedes plant in Sant Andreu. In total, Conren Tramway has works in progress totaling 65,000 sqm in the Catalan capital and its portfolio of projects under development exceeds 350,000 sqm.