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Mango Invests €42 Million in its New Offices in Barcelona

The future Mango Campus will span a total surface area of 93,400 m2, of which 61,000 m2 will be used for offices, with a special focus on R + D + i activities.

The fashion firm Mango has announced a new investment of 42 million euros to complete, in various phases, the expansion of its headquarters in Palau-solità i Plegamans (Barcelona), whereby creating a new corporate complex that will span a total surface area of 93,400 square metres.

Half of the total investment will be allocated to the renovation of several buildings located at the company’s headquarters and the rest will be used to construct a new office space that will span 20,000 m2. Work on the new office is expected to begin at the end of this year, according to the newspaper ABC Economía.

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