30 November 2018 – Eje Prime
Metrovacesa is going to expand the city of Palma. The listed property developer is going to construct a new neighbourhood comprising 550 homes in the Balearic capital with an investment that will exceed €400 million. The company is going to build five developments in the Nou Llevant area, which is expected to be completed in 2023.
The real estate company has already started marketing the first phase of the project with Jardins del Llevant, a development comprising 91 multi-family homes with between one and four bedrooms and eleven duplex homes with four bedrooms.
Construction of the complex will begin during the second quarter of 2019 to be ready by the end of the following year. In the common areas, the enclosure will have gardens and two panoramic, outdoor swimming pools on the roof.
Through this commitment to Palma, Metrovacesa is going to develop more than 160,000 m2 of land, of which 110,000 m2 will be for tertiary use and the remaining 56,000 m2 will be for residential use.
Currently, the property developer owns a portfolio of land for the development of 38,000 homes across the country. The company is going to put sixty developments and 5,000 new units on the market next year, as Eje Prime reported. Metrovacesa expects to close the year “with double-digit growth”, according to explanations provided recently by Juan Núñez, Operations Director at the real estate firm. The objective of the company for 2019 is to be the number one property developer in Spain and to reach an annual turnover of €1 billion in 2020.
Original story: Eje Prime
Translation: Carmel Drake