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Henderson Park Negotiates the Rental of Los Cubos as the HQ for a Multinational

The British group Henderson Park and the French property developer Therus are seeking a tenant for the iconic Los Cubos building in Madrid. The newly renovated property contains 19,250 m2 of offices and its prices start at 22.50 euros/m2/month.

The owners of the iconic Los Cubos building are looking for a tenant after completing a comprehensive renovation of the asset. The property, located in Ciudad Lineal at the intersection of the M-30 and the A-2, places more than 19,000 square metres of offices on the Madrid market after five years in disuse. The last tenant was the Secretary of State for Investigation, Development and Innovation.

This asset, which is named for its unique architecture, is owned by Henderson Park and is being promoted by Therus. In 2017, Realia reached an agreement with the British group, which, in alliance with the French developer, acquired the building for 52 million euros.

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