ALICANTE Updated:14/02/2020 16:43h
An indoor swimming pool on the 26th floor -one of the highest in Europe – with views through a wall entirely glazed to the Mediterranean and the island of Benidorm. That is one of the main attractions of the last skyscrapers -36 floors high – that it has begun to build in the tourist capital of the Costa Blanca.
“Benidorm Beach” is located in the Poniente beach, less crowded than Levante, but in the next few years is going to be developed urbanistically with a number of initiatives such as this Alibuilding, the group Aligrupo, or also another one that was released recently, with a lookout to a great height, a car parking area and gardens.
In the case of the building filed this week, the future building will have 196 homes located less than ten minutes from the beach line.
According to have advanced in the ceremony of laying the first stone, this pool cover will have views of the bay and will feature more than 60 square feet of surface. Just above, the 27th floor will be dedicated to a wellness area and rest.
The future housing will be delivered to the buyer equipped with systems of automation and built with materials of first quality, also looking for the energy efficiency of each apartment, as advertised from the developer.
The community can offer in this complex that builds Ecisa is complete with an outside area to walk from the building of a chill-out area, two outdoor swimming pools, as well as a children’s play area and sports facilities for the practice of paddle tennis.
The ceo of Aligrup, Daniel Torregrosa, has been pointed out that Benidorm is a “top city” and, for that reason, “the promoters know that they must be here with its star products”.
For its part, the councilman of Urbanism, Lourdes Caselles, has welcomed the “confidence” of the large projects in Benidorm, and has stressed that the town “is growing in services, benefits and business projects with large endowments to meet the greatest demands in the residential sector, tourism and hospitality”.
Translated from ABC News https://www.abc.es/espana/comunidad-valenciana/abci-sera-piscinas-cubiertas-mas-altas-europa-ultimo-rascacielos-benidorm-202002141641_noticia.html