Cuatro Torres Business Area

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The Cuatro Torres Business Area
Torre Cepsa as seen from Paseo de la Castellana , August 2019

The Cuatro Torres Business Area (German for " four-tower business district "; originally Madrid Arena ) is a complex of skyscrapers in the Spanish capital Madrid that was completed at the end of 2008 .

The complex currently consists of a total of four towers and a fifth in the construction phase. They are called Torre Cepsa , Torre de Cristal , Torre PwC and Torre Espacio . The construction of Caleido began in April 2017 and should be completed in September 2020. The high-rise buildings contain offices, apartments and a hotel.

The Cuatro Torres Business Area was built on Ciudad Deportiva , the former Real Madrid training ground , which the club sold in 2001. The original name of the project, Madrid Arena , was changed to today's Cuatro Torres Business Area during the planning and construction phase as part of a revision of the corporate image .

See also

  • AZCA - Another complex of high-rise buildings in Madrid

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Coordinates: 40 ° 28 ′ 40 ″  N , 3 ° 41 ′ 16 ″  W.