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Ten Brinke Teams Up with Sonae Sierra to Develop a New Shopping Centre in Madrid

The mixed-use project, comprising a shopping centre and medical complex, will have a gross leasable area (GLA) of approximately 9,800 m2.

The Ten Brinke Group prepares the new project located in the Mirasierra neighbourhood (Madrid).

Sonae Sierra has signed an agreement with the Ten Brinke Group for the commercialisation of its new project located in the Mirasierra neighbourhood (Madrid), after collaborating with the developer to conduct a feasibility study and analysis of the project layout.

The future shopping centre will be a mixed-use space that will serve the areas of Mirasierra, Montecarmelo, Arroyo del Fresno and Pitis. Ten Brinke Group’s commercial project will span a constructed surface area of around 25,000 m2 with a GLA of 9,800 m2, and will also comprise parking areas and large green spaces. It is one of the few initiatives of its kind to be going ahead in the midst of the pandemic.

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