The developer in charge of this great 2 bed apartment in Poblenou is renovating this 20th century building marvelously. The combination of the current lifestyle and the historic building’s features is just great. The materials and finishes are top-end. For the parquet, natural bamboo; for the bathrooms, microcement; for the faucets, Grohe and Roca; for the kitchen, white colored Silestone countertops; and last but not least, for the windows, double glazed glass.
The project’s location couldn’t be better! This 2 bed apartment in Poblenou is just steps away from the Olympic Port, Barcelona’s Zoo and the Ciutadella Park. The proximity to the beach makes it one of Barcelona’s most desirable neighborhoods.
The building will have a total of 13 properties. The ground floor consists in 2 commercial premises and a 1 bed apartment. The following floors have 2 apartments, one facing the street and the other one facing the block’s patio.
This 2 bed apartment in Poblenou is on the 4th floor overlooking the street. The apartment has an open design, where kitchen, living room and dining room are in the same space. You don’t need to worry, is a spacious area where you can entertain your guests. To the right of the entrance you can find the second room. This room is thought to be a studio, but it could be a nice double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. This bathroom is also the courtesy bathroom. Further on the same side of the apartment, you can find the master bedroom. This bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, fitted wardrobes and access to the apartment’s balcony. You can also enter this 7m2 balcony through the mixed living space.
On the 5th floor you have an apartment with the same distribution for 565.000 euros.
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Poblenou and Sant Martí once were what people used to call “Catalan Manchester”. This was the biggest industrial zone of all of Spain. When Barcelona was chosen to host the 1992 Olympics, the city had to change its infrastructure. With this changes, the neighborhood of La Vila Olímpica del Poblenou and Sant Martí became the living space for the athletes from all around the world. After the Olympics, people started to make of this infrastructure their home.
You can access any part of the city by multiple metro lines (L1 and L4 are really close to the building), bus lines, bicing and Trambesòs (tram-light rail system of Catalonia).
Poblenou is now one of the most popular areas to live. In La Rambla del Poblenou you can find any sort of restaurants and bars. Giving you the lifestyle you deserve to have.