During the first half of this year, the new Canalejas Complex will be inaugurated in the center of Madrid. The space features a 200-room hotel, a high-end residential area, operated by Four Seasons, as well as a large commercial gallery in tune with the most avant-garde European trends. It will also have a gourmet space designed as the best gastronomic experience of the best Spanish cuisine. Also the 22 houses designed in the complex, are already for sale, with prices that have oscillated on the 15.000 euros by square meter.
The houses will have the services of the Four Seasons hotel itself and will have at their disposal a director of residences that will manage the needs of the owners, who can request, among other services, the rent of a car, the purchase of tickets for an event, catering, etc. In addition, the tenants can use the rest of the hotel offer.
The commercial gallery will have 47 establishments: 30 luxury shops and 17 restaurants which, in turn, will be divided into modern gastronomic premises and more traditional establishments. Chef Dani García, with three Michelin stars, will have a restaurant with a terrace overlooking Alcalá Street and Cibeles Fountain.
The total area of the property reaches 50,000 square meters. All this means the transformation and reactivation of the city center, placing it at the height of the most exclusive and prestigious capitals of the world.
With an investment of more than 600 million euros, the project consisted of the rehabilitation of a set of seven contiguous buildings located between the streets of Alcalá, Sevilla, Plaza de Canalejas and Carrera de San Jerónimo, central locations of the capital destined for residential, hotel and commercial use. The buildings stand out for their architectural value and uniqueness, as well as for their privileged enclave in the historical center of the city, a few meters from the Puerta del Sol.
About 18 million people a year are expected to cross their doors and position Canalejas and its surroundings as a true hub of fashion, architecture, gastronomy and trends.