30 August 2016 – Expansión
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance has announced the public auction of 34 properties owned by the Central Government in Madrid capital and in another nine municipalities across the Community of Madrid, according to a statement published today in the Official State Gazette (BOE).
The properties comprise urban buildings and land in the centre of Madrid as well as in the municipalities of Galapagar, Torrelodones, Somosierra, Boadilla del Monte, Chinchón, Loeches, Tres Cantos, Valdemoro and Estremera.
Bids will be submitted in sealed envelopes and the amount of the guarantee will be 5% of the value of the assets, according the statement made in the BOE by the Delegation for Economic Affairs and Finance in Madrid.
The period for the submission of bids will open tomorrow and will end on 20 October, with the sealed envelopes being opened on 3 November.
In the capital, the properties located in the following places will be auctioned off: Calle General Varela, 21-23; Calle Almagro, 28; Calle Monte Esquinza, 41- ground floor; Calle Cervantes, 6; Calle la Oca 15, ground floor, right; the plot of land on the corner of Avenida Santo Ángel de la Guarda and General Cadenas Campos 19, as well as plots in the APR Calle Cantalejo, in the UNP Ciudad Aeropuertuaria de Valdebebas, in the UZP Ensanche de Vallecas and in the PAU de Carabanchel.
The urban plot on Avenida Santo Ángel de la Guarda, which has a surface area of 3,173.81 sqm and a constructible area of 11,230.15 sqm, has the highest appraisal value (€17.18 million) of all of the assets in the portfolio.
It is followed by the buildings on Calle General Valera de Madrid, valued at €5.9 million and Calle Almagro, worth €3.18 million, whilst in the municipalities, the most valuable building is a rural property in Valdemoro, measuring 46,999 sqm, worth more than €3.4 million, as well as a plot of land in Tres Cantos, valued at €3.2 million.
Those interested in participating in the auction must provide the information detailed in the tender specification document, and may request information about the properties from the State’s Real Estate Service from the Treasury’s delegation on Calle Guzmán el Bueno, or through the Ministry’s website www.minhap.gob.es.
Original story: Expansión
Translation: Carmel Drake