Fabulous building with an architectural trend that is much more efficient in urban centres. The height and density that each tower occupies corresponds to a cutting-edge design that is characterised by the optimisation of space and the construction of sustainable buildings. Three spectacular towers on 21 floors with sea views and an interior space of between 132 to 404 square metres which gives the apartments an indescribable feeling of spaciousness. Homes ranging from 1 to 4 bedrooms, facing the Mediterranean Sea, with the qualities inherent to a luxury villa and the amenities of an apartment. Among the communal areas there are three swimming pools, one heated and two outdoor, Spa, gym, cinema room and toy library.
It has been established that climate change has a significant impact on our economic and physical well-being. As a result, Málaga, with its 300 days of sunshine per year, an annual average temperature of 23°, and winter temperatures, is a city that raises the spirits and serves as a good antidote to depression and sadness. It is one of the Spanish (and European) municipalities with the best climatic conditions, which, when combined with the number of hours of sunlight, make this city an ideal place to live.
Málaga is now a fantastically well-connected city, both on land and in the sea and air. The International Airport of Málaga-Costa del Sol, also known as the Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport, is only 8 kilometers from the city center, a distance of approximately 25 minutes depending on mode of transportation. On the other hand, thanks to the high-speed train (AVE), Madrid is now connected to more than ten Spanish cities, including Barcelona.