Iberdrola Inmobiliaria and the Waste Agency of Catalonia have signed a lease agreement for 3,540 square metres of office space in the Torre Ponent, in Barcelona, where the public body will have its administrative headquarters. This surface area is distributed between the third and fifth floors of the recently built tower in the BCN Fira District business park.
The agreement follows the public tender process initiated by the Catalan Waste Agency in October last year, to which six buildings applied, and Torre Ponent was the most highly rated. The 200 people who form part of the public body will occupy their new headquarters once the necessary installation work has been completed over the next few weeks.
With this operation, which has been advised by Cushman&Wakefield, Iberdrola Inmobiliaria accelerates the commercialisation of Torre Ponent which, together with Torre Llevant, completes BCN Fira District, making it the largest business park in Barcelona, with a space of 130,000 square metres, in which companies such as Cellnex, Wallbox, BCD Travel Business, Haier, Arxada and Kónica are already located.
In 2019, Iberdrola sold the Auditori Tower, part of the BCN Fira District, for 98 million euros to the British management company Aberdeen Standard Investment. The building has 22,899 square metres of office space divided into 21 floors with 100% occupancy.