Temprano Capital Partners
is a European investment firm and asset manager. It has awarded Ferrovial Agroman
the work on refurbishing the Cuadernillos Shopping Centre in Alcalá de Henares, near Madrid, which is set to reopen in autumn 2016.
Ferrovial will take part in this project alongside Broadway Malyan, a global architecture
, urbanism and design practice that specialises in the retail sector. The remit is to complete the refurbishment of the outside and inside infrastructures, and create new garden, recreation and leisure areas, with the Project Manager being CEM Management.
With an overall investment of almost seven million euros, the project’s brief is to create an innovative shopping and leisure experience for the whole family, covering a total surface area of 60,000 m2
and a gross leasable area (GLA) of 39,000 m2
. The work will encompass leisure and recreation areas, rest areas, children’s play areas, and new facilities for multi-activities and latest generation attractions such as virtual reality.