Torre Mapfre

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Torre Mapfre
Torre Mapfre by night.JPG
Torre Mapfre by night
General information
Status Complete
Type Office
Location Carrer de la Marina, 18 Barcelona, Spain
Coordinates 41°23′16″N 2°11′51″E / 41.38778°N 2.19750°E / 41.38778; 2.19750Coordinates: 41°23′16″N 2°11′51″E / 41.38778°N 2.19750°E / 41.38778; 2.19750
Construction started 1991
Completed 1992
Owner Mapfre
Roof 154 m (505 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 44
Floor area 44,555 m2 (479,590 sq ft)
Design and construction
Architect Iñigo Ortiz y Enrique de León[1]

Torre Mapfre is a skyscraper in the Port Olímpic (Olympic Port), the maritime neighborhood of the Old City of Barcelona in Spain. It is named after its owner, Mapfre, an insurance company.

Also present in the tower are: Kantox, ExoClick, Dorlet, Europerfil, Madrid Leasing (CAJA MADRID), Condal Grues, URSSA Mondragón Corporación Cooperativa, Flex Multimedia Advertising SL (Flex Multimedia Group LTD), Oriol Bohigues, Necso, Uniland Cementera S.A, Cementos Portland Valderrivas, Zardoya Otis, Texsa S.A, Oliver Wyman.

This tower holds the title for highest helipad in Spain at 154 m (505 ft) above ground.[2] Unlike its twin, Hotel Arts, this tower is a mixed use tower.

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  1. ^ Nina & Viktoria in Barcelona. Flamma Editorial. 2009. pp. 67–. ISBN 978-84-937283-0-4. 
  2. ^ Jules Brown; Rough Guides (1 May 2014). The Rough Guide to Barcelona. Rough Guides Limited. pp. 131–. ISBN 978-0-241-00782-2. 

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