Caledonian Plans to Double its Investments with New Projects Worth €150M

10 March 2019 – Expansión

The property developer Caledonian is planning to carry out projects worth more than €150 million in 2019, an investment that will double the amount of the projects announced by the firm to date.

The President of the company, Enrique López Granados (pictured above), highlighted that his firm’s most recent projects include the renovation of a complex of properties that are going to be dedicated to housing and which are located on Calle Javier Ferrero in Madrid, in which his firm has invested between €80 million and €90 million.

The company has also applied for a licence to build a luxury office building in the north of Madrid, next to the CNI’s headquarters, which will involve an investment of €20 million.

Meanwhile, the firm is currently working on a luxury development comprising 16 homes in Aravaca (Madrid), as well as on some smaller projects, for example, in Ibiza.

Despite Caledonian’s commitment to Spain, López Granados expressed concern regarding the impact of the political uncertainty in the country and criticised Town Halls for taking too long to process construction permits.

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Translation/Summary: Carmel Drake

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