Oi Realtor presents an exclusive opportunity to invest in a spectacular complex consisting of two buildings with independent entrances, its situation is privileged to modify residential use and turn it into a hotelier, it is 15 minutes walk from the Atocha Station and all the tourist places of Madrid like the Prado Museum, the Reina Sofía, the Puerta del Sol, the Gran Vía, the Plaza de Colón etc. In addition to the commercial areas of the streets Goya, Serrano and Velázquez. The details Total construction of 10,000 m2 a building for sale of 6 floors, to reform, currently rented with new contracts, except for an attic with a tenant of 80 years without right of subrogation. The building has polygonal shape with facades to Alcalá Street and Plaza de la Independencia. It consists of two registrically independent properties with the two accesses indicated above. These two farms were built at the same time, the construction system is the same and the facilities are common, in addition the ownership of the set is the same. Urbanism norma It is located within the Historic Area of the City of Madrid, it has archaeological protection (zpa of the Historic Site) and the level of protection is integral. The regulations that affect it are, NZ1 grade 3 with level of use D. Change of use The uses that are allowed are: • In an exclusive building (with special plan processing) - Dotational in all its classes. - Recreational in the category of Shows. - Hotelier. • Authorizable industrial uses on the ground floor and lower ground floor. To negotiate leases. The property pays up to 1 million of goodwill. It offers high profitability Retiro Zone Retiro is a district belonging to the city of Madrid (Spain), administratively organized in the neighborhoods of Pacífico, Adelfas, Estrella, Ibiza, Jerónimos and Niño Jesús. This district, apart from being centrally located in Madrid, is known nationally for its public park, the Parque del Retiro, from which it receives its name. The origins of the park date back to the time of the Catholic Monarchs, at the end of the 15th century and the beginning of the 16th.