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Lantania will build 43 houses in Colmenar Viejo for the developer Brosh

 

  • The project ‘Suite 43’ consist of 2 to 4 bedrooms homes with garage and storage rooms in a community that includes garden areas, swimming pool and children’s area

 

Madrid, November 13, 2018. Lantania has been awarded the construction of a residential complex of 43 homes, from 2 to 4 bedrooms, for the developer Brosh. The project ‘Suite 43’, located in the Madrid town Colmenar Viejo (Spain), consists of a constructed area of 9,740 square meters integrated by two buildings of rectangular shape and will have landscaped areas, swimming pool and children’s area.

The urbanization, whose houses are labeled as “public protection of limited price” (VPPL), will also have 77 parking spaces and 35 storage rooms. The completion of the works is planned for January 2020. Lantania adds a new building project to its portfolio with this new development. The group of infrastructures is currently also executing the construction of 89 homes in Cubelles (Barcelona, Spain) for Altamira and the expansion of the Guadalajara Hospital for Sescam (Spain), among others.

‘Suite 43’, with views to the Guadarrama mountain range and in a natural environment, has easy access to the M-607 road and different bus lines. In addition, leisure and catering areas, as well as schools, health centers and sports are located close by. The residential complex gets a ‘B’ rating on dioxide emissions into the atmosphere, which makes it highly efficient in terms of energy savings and environmental pollution, well above the average in Spain.

Brosh is a young company, but with extensive experience in the housing sector, has more than 700 homes under development and more than 4,000 in an earlier stage. The developer focus its activity in the Madrid region, with seven developments commissioned in recent years in Madrid, Parla, Torrelodones, Rivas and Getafe.

About Lantania

Lantania is the result of the acquisition of the construction, water and energy business units of Isolux Corsán by a team of former company executives. The group is structured around three main business areas: infrastructure, water and environment and energy. It has a portfolio of work in progress exceeding 200 million euros, comprising 26 projects, and assets close to 70 million euros.