Málaga's history spans about 2,800 years, making it one of the oldest cities in Europe and one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world. The painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso and the actor Antonio Banderas were born in Málaga. The most important business sectors in Málaga are tourism, construction and technology services, but other sectors such as transportation and logistics are beginning to expand. Málaga is the main economic and financial centre of southern Spain, and the fourth-ranking city in economic activity in Spain.
After a great transformation of Malaga in recent years, it continues with projects that add value to the city, to make it an ideal place to live, to visit, to invest, to work ... and all this with an eye on a sustainable development. These are the big projects that are worked on with enthusiasm for 2030:
«This is a unique project because the building and its
properties engage in dialogue with the sea. This is an
open conversation based on harmony and sustainability.
Therefore, we believe that it is going to be one of the
city´s most iconic residential buildings. 21st Century
architecture for a city that has made modernity, tradition
and respect for the environment its hallmarks».
Architect of Malaga Picasso Towers
Malaga Picasso Towers is one of the most important urban planning projects for the city of Malaga in recent years. An idea that finds its raison d’être in Malaga, as one of the destinations that arouses the most interest in the property sector. This project undoubtedly positions Malaga on a much more cosmopolitan and innovative stage, adapted to the needs of international citizens.
Malaga Picasso Towers is located in the perfect place to create a project with an extremely high level of architecture, flying the flag for innovation and the cutting-edge, and revamping the western coastline of Malaga, next to the famous Antonio Banderas Promenade. The first luxury property project developed in the city of Malaga, with materials and finishes of an extraordinary quality that can turn this work into a milestone in innovation and design.
The architect behind a project has placed a special value on the integration of the setting with proximity to the sea, a privileged urban and geographic location, as well as the application of energy efficiency, sustainability, environmental and accessibility criteria. But what has been most taken into account is the relationship of people with the space that is going to form part of their lives: their home.
This project's constructor is characterised by being a
contemporary property developer that follows
the highest standards of quality, design
and security to build unique and innovative
“Spaces that are worth living in,” that is the premise they work for, and they do alongside the best architects and interior designers paying attention to the small details.
The morphology of the building is a commitment to verticality, following an architectural trend that is much more efficient in urban centres. The height and density that each tower occupies corresponds to an optimisation of space and the construction of sustainable buildings, an alternative that is increasingly used to improve the distribution of land. Thus, we created overlapping layers that offer the chance to enjoy an outstanding location overlooking the sea, from the bottom floor to the penthouses.
At Malaga Picasso Towers you have a
unique and exclusive range of
the best community services.
GYM COVERING 200 METRES
The 3 towers have 71 apartments and penthouses each, of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms