Why rent an apartment in the district of Chamartín in Madrid?
The district of Chamartín is one of the most expensive and exclusive areas in the Spanish capital, just like the district of Salamanca. If you rent an apartment in Chamartín, you will be in the same neighbourhoods of the headquarters of several of the most important companies in Spain are based in this district.
Chamartín is one of Madrid’s business zones par excellence, and there are several skyscrapers in this area, including the Torres Puerta de Europa, which are located next to the AZCA and CTBA buildings.
Chamartín is also, and without any doubt, one of Madrid’s sections with the greatest purchasing power, and it is an ideal place for anyone looking to rent an apartment in Madrid for work or business.
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The district of Chamartín is a first-class district in the Spanish capital. It is the heart of the city’s business area, and this is where you will find more headquarters from national and multinational companies than anywhere else in the country.
This area is perfect for people who prefer to live close to their work, who would love to stay in a quiet part of the city with commercial zones and good public transport connections. Apartment prices in the district of Chamartín are not very cheap, but it will depend on the specific neighbourhood whether the rent is more or less expensive.
If you like living close to your work, if you are an entrepreneur and you are closing a deal with companies in the area, or if you just like staying in an executive quarter in the Spanish capital, any neighbourhood in the district of Chamartín will be perfect.
If you decide to rent an apartment in Prosperidad, for example, you will be close to IBM’s headquarters, Fomento Fundación and the business and customer service office of SegurCaixa.
North of Prosperidad, you can rent an apartment in Ciudad Jardín. This is where important businesses are located, like Rastreator’s headquarters (an insurance comparator), the Social Security’s Provincial Directorate in Madrid and the District of Chamartín’s Municipal Council.
But there are not only big companies located in this district, there are also several offices from foreign countries. If you rent an apartment in Nueva España, for instance, the Cuban, Venezuelan, Ecuadorian and Bulgarian consulates will be close by.
And besides businesses and consulates, there are also many universities in the district. If you are thinking of renting an apartment in El Viso, then this is also the neighbourhood where IE Business School, EAE Business School and the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales (Higher Technical School of Industrial Engineering) are located.
And if you happen to be a true football fan, you should definitely rent your apartment in Bernabéu - Hispanoamérica, as this is where the Real Madrid stadium is located. There are also plenty of restaurants and bars for you to enjoy, before or after a game.
Lastly, if you decide to rent an apartment in Castilla, you will have one of the most important train stations in Madrid on your doorstep. In the centre of the neighbourhood of Castilla, you will find Chamartín Station and Bambú metro station.
As we mentioned before, rental prices in the district of Chamartín are high, but for the price you pay you will get a bright and spacious apartment with good quality finishes, and often apartments have been remodelled with new design and modern facilities.
What to see in the district of Chamartín?
There are many interesting sights to see in the district of Chamartín, and they are an absolute must if you want to know more about the Spanish capital. Take, for example, some of Madrid’s most important museums and auditoriums, such as the National Music Auditorium, the Museum of Natural Sciences and the City Museum.
You can also go to the park to enjoy a bit of nature, like Parque de Berlín or Parque del Canal de Isabel II. They are ideal for an afternoon stroll, or to relax or walk your dog. Other interesting sights are the General Headquarters of the Courts (Jusgados de la Plaza de Castilla) and the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, where you can enjoy one (or all) of Real Madrid’s matches.
An appealing aspect in this district is Madrid-Chamartín railway station, one of the most important railway stations for the capital itself and for the whole country.
The station has 21 tracks, and they connect with Northern Spain and specific areas in the south. This is one of the most futuristic and unique train stations, and it provides train, bus and metro services.
All in all, the district of Chamartín is ideal for anyone looking to live close to Spain's most important business district, and it is also perfect if you are searching for a location close to work.