The northern part of Madrid (capital) that extends along the A1 is the financial and business hub of the capital of Spain. The airport, the head offices of Telefonica, BBVA and of many other companies can be found in this area, as well as the country's most prestigious residential estates: La Moraleja, with its large detached villas in 2,500 m² or hectare plots, El Soto, El Encinar, Ciudalcampo, etc.
Numerous shopping centres, international schools, and hospitals contribute to a unique and first-class environment to live in and develop any professional activity.
The urban centre of Madrid features the cultural, commercial, gastronomic and business venues that one would expect in a great European capital. The centre of Madrid offers the best public transport, the most important museums, government buildings, the Parliament, the most exclusive and specialised shops as well as the best restaurants. This is also home to the most important law firms.
Within this intensely populated environment, with the traffic and activity of a large city, there are small and exclusive residential estates that offer space and peace. We will be delighted to show them to you.
On the outskirts of Madrid, facing the mountains, there is a large residential district with vast green spaces, both landscaped and natural, that is an excellent place to live. What used to be the outskirts of Madrid 30 years ago are now an extension of the city with all the required services and comforts: schools, hospitals, shopping centres.
Some of these areas, such as La Finca, are of international renown for their avant-garde architecture, landscaping, and top rate security. This mosaic of inhabited areas and natural environments and gardens is the key feature of this north-western section of Madrid.