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Madrid’s Gran Vía Retains its Appeal During the State of Emergency

Number 52 of the Madrilenian street is going to house the first establishment of an international Asian operator, in a space spanning 620 square metres. This operation has been signed during the State of Emergency.

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Madrid’s Gran Vía is retaining its appeal to international operators during the State of Emergency. The property at number 52 of the famous thoroughfare is going to house the first establishment of an international Asian operator, in a space spanning 620 square metres.

The property, which previously housed the first McDonald’s in Spain, has now been leased, in the midst of the Covid-19 crisis, by the Chinese restaurant operator Haidilao.

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