Yesterday, Espacio Torrelodones in Madrid opened its doors offering 32,000 m² of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities that will bring a new shopping-experience to the North West part of Madrid. Espacio Torrelodones is owned by WestInvest and was developed by Multi Development Spain in cooperation with Eroski. The investment value of Espacio Torrelodones is approximately €101 million.
This most singular entertainment and shopping complex is located in the North-West area of Madrid, next to the Torrelodones Casino and facing onto the A-6 Coruña motorway. Espacio Torrelodones will take its position as a landmark centre in the Northern area of Madrid. High-quality retailers complement what is presently on offer, in order to satisfy the needs of potential customers who, at present, need to travel into the centre of Madrid to do their shopping. Visitors to Espacio Torrelodones will have at their service a unique centre, quite distinct from other centres in the area, thanks to the quality of the shopping and leisure options and its exclusive spatial distribution.
Espacio Torrelodones is anchored by an Eroski Hypermarket. The centre opens with all of its 92 units fully let, including national and international brands such as Decimas, Sfera, New Yorker, Zara, H&M, Maximo Dutti, Pull & Bear, Promod, Miss Etam, Mango, Benetton, Jack & Jones, Berska, Poly, Blanco and Prenatal. Espacio Torrelodones includes a food court with 11 food outlets on 2,000 m² and 1,500 underground parking spaces on 2 levels.
T+T Design, Multi's in-house designers, were responsible for the master plan; the architectural design was worked out in cooperation with Broadway Malyan architects. The result is an innovative and harmonious retail space in accordance with the new residential area designs. Espacio Torrelodones represents a city centre for the new urbanization, a new town. A public square allows visitors to move easily between the different parts of the centre. The centre point of this public space is a monumental brick building that creates different spaces such as a patio and a big atrium. The architecture is a reminiscent of the traditional "paradores", very common in Castilla Leon. A 35-meter high tower that can be visited forms the main access to the shopping centre.
The food court on the upper floor has terraces with splendid views over Madrid and the mountains. Local and natural materials such as granite, wood and glass are used. The colour scheme is warm and inviting. Multi Mall Management Spain SA will be responsible for the shopping centre management of Espacio Torrelodones.
Source: Multi Development