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Work Will Start on Operación Mahou-Calderón’s New Homes This Month

The 132,345 square metres of residential land in the Mahou-Calderón operation will house approximately 1,200 homes distributed across six residential developments.

New Mahou-Calderón.

Work is scheduled to begin later this month on the construction of the new neighbourhood that is planned for the site of Atlético de Madrid’s former soccer stadium and the Mahou factory. Meanwhile, the Public Work and Facilities department is already working on urbanisation tasks, such as paving streets, installing lighting and building sidewalks.

The property developers, which have all received favourable reports, will be able to start work this month to move earth and start building the foundations, in parallel with the urbanisation works. Such simultaneous activity is common in Madrid since the legislation allows building work to go ahead at the same time as municipal operations.

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