The housing and office market in Malaga continues to boom, becoming a magnet for developers and companies wishing to settle in this municipality on the Costa del Sol.
On this occasion, the developer Celere will add two blocks of 9 and 10 heights, destined to offices and 144 new homes, in a project that will be located behind Vialia, the María Zambrano train station in Malaga, on a plot next to the track of the train tracks, for which the approval of Adif and a modification of the Renfe Special Plan have been necessary, according to the newspaper Málaga Hoy.
The project, consisting of offices and homes, also includes two commercial premises, a restaurant, a communal pool and almost 400 parking spaces and 141 storage rooms, distributed in three basements.
For several years, Malaga has been making headlines in the national press that mark the city as the European capital of different segments such as tourism, museums, innovation or even cybersecurity. Concepts, most of them framed in fairs, events or contests. However, the capital of the Costa del Sol has managed to consolidate numerous reasons that consolidate it among the main cities of Spain and Europe.
"Madrid, Barcelona and Malaga" is a trio that appears repeatedly associated with economic growth, innovation or tourism. Precisely in this last aspect, the Andalusian capital has just recovered the direct connection with New York. Three flights a week during the peak season operated by United Airlines that will debut in May 2023.