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A building with a distinctive tiered glass front. The street where the building is located was planned in the 19th century when the Marquis of Salamanca, who owned 100 hectares in the area, promoted developments to the north, east and west of the capital, creating the Salamanca district. It is one of the most distinguished, central districts of Madrid, which boasts architectural unity through the building façades and a high concentration of designer boutiques.

In 2011, Gmp fully refurbished the seven floors of this building to enhance the natural light and functionality of the space. Since 2012, it has housed the headquarters of the National Court (Audiencia Nacional), encompassing the Court, Administrative Courts and the Labour Chamber.

YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION / REFURBISHMENT
1976 / 2011
AREA
9.138 m2
PARKING SPACES
100
TENANTS
Audiencia Nacional
BBVA
OCCUPANCY
100% (31 December 2018)
CERTIFICATIONS
Integrated Management System:
ISO 9001 • ISO 14001 • OHSAS 18001