^^ is being built towers that are the lowest office to be completed later this year, Hotel Radisson begin construction in September and the tower recidencial in 2009, the complex is expected to complete in 2011.
The complex includes in its project construction of a museum and a park that is at the forefront of the towers.
The partners of GNI can not hide their happiness. It is that the presence in the Madrid Real Estate Hall beginning to bear fruit. A group of Swedish businessmen in Cordoba was visiting the project, mainly interested in participating as investors for Radisson to be built within the enterprise that is beside "La Cañada".
And that's not all. According could ascertain Punto a Punto, shortly be coming to the city Spanish and French entrepreneurs with the same goal: to visit the Capitalinas project and consider joining as investors.
Coupled with the interest of foreign investors in the condo-hotel Capitalinas, the sale of units of the Radisson also aroused interest in the local market.
"We have people on the waiting list to enter the hotel business. Just everything is ready to quit and market expectations are very important, "says Sergio Villella, who is responsible for marketing the project.
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We are expecting local authorities to approve even more height for the towers. Ever since height's changed, we can no longer assure they will rise up only to 135m.
But it is also talking about design that the project has gained through the last year or more. Many of us consider its new image appropiate for a hotel and for offices, but it is hard to believe that one of the towers will be of flats. I'm saying hard to believe because in Córdoba's weather conditions it is very expensive and (in my opinion) extremely unsustainable to build such large courtain walls.
But those tips are insignificant if we compare them to what the project itself means to the city.
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