In the Villa Olimpica building, in front of the Arts hotel in Barcelona, on the 5th and last floor, we have this spacious exterior duplex with double orientation and unobstructed views of the sea with an area of 270m2 built, which is distributed from the following way, on the last floor of the building:
ENTRANCE PLANT: We have a cozy hall that gives us access to a large living room of 70 m2 with several windows overlooking the sea, we have a bright office kitchen of 30m2 in 2 separate rooms and with unobstructed views of bcn, and gardens. Comfortable staircase to lower floor.
LOWER FLOOR: We have 4 full bathrooms (one of them en suite) and 6 bedrooms, (one of them is a master suite with dressing room) all exterior and overlooking the sea or garden area.
There is hardly a house in Barcelona with so much light and with all the exterior rooms.
Floating parquet floors, ducted air conditioning, climalit exterior enclosures, pneumatic waste collection in building, 2 pk spaces, included in the price.
Area with all kinds of services, shops and activities, very close to beaches and nautical port, easy road access to exit and enter the city, metro, train, trams and buses.
The Olympic Village was built in an old and degraded industrial area of Poblenou. The main objective of the project was to build a residential neighborhood for athletes who participated in the 1992 Olympic Games and, at the same time, recover the coastline of Barcelona and create leisure and vegetation spaces.
The design of the set was carried out by a team of architects formed mainly by Oriol Bohigas, Josep Martorell, David Mackay and Albert Puigdomènech, who launched a large urban operation that led to the Port Olímpic and the park of the same name, to the Nova Icària beach and a very spacious neighborhood, open to the sea and in which green areas abound.
Although some chimney reminds us of the industrial past of the neighborhood, the landscape is now dominated by the Mapfre towers and the Hotel Arts. The initial project included the construction of four skyscrapers, but according to the Coastal Law, only two could be built. In addition to the sports and leisure area of the Port Olímpic, one of the Pompeu Fabra University campuses is located in the renovated facilities of some old military barracks. The university library occupies the unique building of the Les Aigües deposit, which formerly fed the fountain of the neighboring Ciutadella park.