Servinform has rented an office building in Madrid from Meridia Capital, in an operation advised by JLL and Cushman & Wakefield.
The building, located at number 16-20 Julián Camarillo street, has a leasable area of about 8,300 sqm, has six floors (four above ground and two below ground) and 137 parking spaces. Completely renovated, the building has solar control glass, high-performance lighting, state-of-the-art independent air conditioning and outdoor garden spaces. It has obtained the Breeam Very Good certification.
"We are very proud of this operation, which is the largest rental operation in the Madbit area so far in 2022. It is a property that we know well, since in 2009 we already advised its previous occupant on the rental operation", has explained Ignacio Sobrino, director of offices of JLL Spain.
This operation is the most important carried out in Madbit since the pre-let of 17,000 sqm signed by L'Oreal in the Alcalá 546 building during 2020.
In the last four months, five other smaller operations have also been closed in this area: Unísono, in December 2021; Tragsa, in February 2022 (both with a surface area of more than 4,000 sqm); Hitachi, 2,200 sqm; Regus, with just over 2,000 sqm, and Hypatia, which has rented 5,900 sqm in the Cronos building, also owned by Meridia.
A benchmark for technology
And it is that, according to JLL, Madbit (in the Madrid district of San Blas-Canillejas) is becoming a benchmark for national and foreign technology companies. "The commitment that exists to improve the urban planning of the area, transport, mobility, sustainability or the services available, make it a very attractive destination for those companies that seek to be in a central location, with the capacity to respond to their technology needs," they explain.
Bounded by Arturo Soria and Alcalá streets, the district has recently reached an agreement with Repsol to decarbonize and provide buildings with solar energy through photovoltaic panels. In addition, Primavera Sound has reached an agreement in principle to install its Madrid offices in the area, reinforcing the presence of companies in the culture sector.