2.750.000 € *
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* Taxes not included in the price
Surface of almost 3000 m2, divided into two floors, parking for 53 vehicles and 20 motorcycles on the street level and 58 vehicles on a semi-basement floor.
Profitability of 5.05%, currently the Parking is in operation at 100% occupancy, with monthly subscribers, rotation, agreements with restaurants and day and night bonuses.
The state of conservation is good and currently adequate works are being carried out at the PGOU.
The property that we comment, can be adapted to any other activity different from the one that is currently exercised, either to convert it into a supermarket, offices, gymnasium, etc., with request of its pertinent licenses.
* Parking - 2606.66 m2
* Office - 29.3 m2
* Warehouses - 30.03 m2
* Light box - 10.4 m2
* Bathrooms - 19.4 m2
* Water meters - 8.9 m2
* Access basement floor - 9.58 m2
* Basement floor ramp - 30.71 m2
* No activity - 17.67 m2
The area is excellent, one minute from the Berlin park and three minutes walk from the Cataluña place and Príncipe de Vergara.
Excellent located, next to Pradillo street, very close to the Parque de Berlín. Well connected with public transport, schools, supermarkets.
Located in a magnificent area (near the Auditorium of Prince de Vergara and 150 meters from the Berlin Park) with all kinds of services (Supermarkets, Count Duque-Morasol, Restaurants, Pharmacies, etc ...).
Connected by Metro (Line 9, Concha Espina-Cruz del Rayo) and several bus lines (16, 19, 29, 52), subway with the Airport (Line 8, Colombia station) and the M-30 , M-40 and N-II. Do not miss visiting. Ideal for Investors (high profitability assured).
The location is close to Príncipe de Vergara street, Ramón y Cajal Avenue and López de Hoyos street, the latter being one of the longest streets in the city and outstanding for its great commercial activity.
In 1955 the Madrid City Council added the town of Chamartín de la Rosa to the municipality as a new district, incorporating the Prosperidad neighborhood. A municipal decree of 1987 divided Prosperity into two distinct neighborhoods, Prosperidad and Ciudad Jardín, using the López de Hoyos street as the limit, the road and commercial axis of the primitive neighborhood.
Metro of Madrid.