The recovery of the real estate market after the hardest years of the crisis continues to rebound along the west coast of the capital, and in what way. The promoter Metrovacesa has already started marketing one of the three skyscrapers that will be built in the area of Torre del Río, between Molière Avenue and Ayamonte Street, and the prices speak for themselves of the high level with which it has been conceived This residential product, which bears the signature of the Madrid architect Carlos Lamela. According to the information contained on the Metrovacesa website for this promotion, which has been baptized Picasso Towers, there are homes that reach 3,453,000 euros, a price that does not include VAT or parking space and storage . Of course, it is a floor of 287 square meters, with terrace of 84 square meters, four bedrooms and four bathrooms, located on the 19th floor of the first tower that will be built in the area, which will be the easternmost the three planned, that is, next to the ships that still exist in Ayamonte street.
The project for the floors of Torre del Río provides a first line of construction with sea views formed by three towers of flats between 21 and 22 floors -with heights of 78.5; 80.5; and 82.5 meters, respectively- with the capacity to house approximately 75 homes each. Specifically, the one for sale will have 72 floors of between two and five bedrooms for which it is expected to be delivered in the second half of the year 2021. These are homes that range between 132 and 404 square meters built with terraces, included in a promotion that will have three swimming pools -a heated and two outdoor-, spa, gym, cinema and games room.
In the case of this tower, the lowest price is 635,000 euros for a floor of 139 square meters located on the third floor, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and terrace of 44 square meters. On the tenth floor, the floors reach 1.2 million euros ; in the fifteenth, 1.5 million; and in the seventeenth, 2.2 million euros.
The commercialization of this tower is in addition to the one that was already underway for the Halia building, which will be built on a second construction line designed by the Malaga studio of HCP, directed by architects Javier Higuera and Alejandro Pérez. In this case, it is 99 homes distributed in ground floor plus seven whose prices range between 673,000 and 329,000 euros, without VAT.
Metrovacesa has already requested the building permit to build both the Halia building and the first of the towers, and plans to be awarded in the coming days the urbanization works of the area, which will be undertaken in parallel to the construction of these first two buildings Also, the promoter Sierra Blanca, which will run the central tower of the three planned, has partnered with a British fund to finance their works.