Aqua Multiespacio

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Aqua Multiespacio
General information
Status Complete
Type office, hotel
Location Valencia, Spain
Construction started 2002
Completed 2006
Height 95 m (312 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 22

Aqua Multiespacio is an office skyscraper in Valencia, Spain. Completed in 2006, it has 22 floors and stands 95 metres (312 feet) tall.[1] This makes it the third tallest building in Valencia, after the Hilton Valencia and Torre de Francia.

The complex consists of two towers. Construction began in 2002 and ended in 2006. The complex was designed by two architectural firms: E. Clerk Architects and L35[2] with Eduardo Simarro. It is located near the City of Arts and Sciences. The five-story parking garage has a capacity of 2,400 vehicles.[citation needed] The construction of the parking garage took more than a year.[citation needed] The design of the study project was Jerde California, who specializes in the development of tertiary areas, however, it was Spanish architectural firms, Simarro and Escribano, which gave shape and form to the construction.[citation needed] Additionally, the buildings have art[peacock term].

The building was opened on June 1, 2006 and has 110 stores in an area of 35,000 square meters. The office tower is 23,000 square meters, and there is also 16,000 square meters for two hotels. The construction cost was €240 million.[citation needed]

The shareholders for the project are Iberdrola estate, whose headquarters have been moved to the complex and Valencia Gesfesa residential.[citation needed]

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