The property developer led by Enrique López has managed to rent 76% of the 3,000 square metres in the unique complex designed by the Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan.
One year after its launch, the property developer Caledonian is immersed in the construction of its first office development. After years focusing on the promotion of luxury housing, the company led by Enrique López Granados decided last year to transfer its exclusive architecture model to the office segment, with the development of a business complex in Madrid. Specifically, the company chose the Valdemarín area (Aravaca) for its first venture, an enclave with high purchasing power and well known to the property developer, which has developed several residential projects there.
The project, called Caledonian HQ (HeadQuarters), represented an ambitious proposal for the company, with an estimated investment of €20 million. To this end, it decided to engage its head architect, the Brazilian Marcio Kogan, who through his studio MK27 has designed a complex spanning a constructed surface area of 9,447 square metres on a plot measuring 5,086 square metres, with 3,500 square metres of garden areas. “It will be the first office building on the A6 as you leave Madrid, with easy access from the service road of the A Coruna highway, allowing users to avoid the initial traffic jam on that highway,” explain sources at Caledonian.