Why rent an apartment in the neighbourhood of Valverde, Madrid?
If you are moving to Madrid and renting an apartment in the neighbourhood of Valverde, you can opt for one of the newly constructed buildings in the area.
The neighbourhood of Valverde is located in the northwest of Madrid, in the district of Fuencarral-El Pardo. It borders with Carretera de Fuencarral-Alcobendas to the north, Avenida de Burgos to the east, motorway M-30 to the south and Carretera de Colmenar Viejo to the west.
Valverde can be divided into several sub-neighbourhoods, like Fuencarral, Tres Olivos and Las Tablas.
A large part of the area consists of newly constructed residential buildings, and the neighbourhood can easily be accessed by private vehicle, due to its location next to motorways M-30 and M-40.
There is also a very good bus connection, and there are several metro stops (Begoña, Fuencarral, Tres Olivos, Las Tablas and Ronda de la Comunicación) and commuter trains (Ramón y Cajal and Fuencarral).
If you want to rent an apartment in the district of Fuencarral-El Pardo, and you are looking for a residential area with shopping zones and many services, then Valverde can be your ideal location.
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The area of Valverde is one of the most complete parts of the city of Madrid. It is located in the northwest of the capital.
Valverde has a good public transport network, with buses and the metro, and you will find several shopping zones here. Besides this, the neighbourhood can be easily accessed by car, as it is right next to motorways M-30 and M-40.
On the subject of public transport, it is good to know that there are very good bus and metro connections, with the stops of Begoña, Fuencarral, Tres Olivos, Las Tablas and Ronda de la Comunicación and commuter trains (Ramón y Cajal and Fuencarral).
There are many recently constructed residential buildings in the area, so if you decide on renting an apartment in a new building in the neighbourhood of Valverde, you will enjoy all the advantages of living in a modern home.
What to see in the neighbourhood of Valverde in Madrid
One of the most interesting sights to see in Valverde is Ciudad BBVA. This is a complex of eight horizontal buildings of three different heights. Each of the horizontal buildings is named after a continent, like Oceania, Asia, Antarctica, North America, Europe, Africa, South America and New Zealand.
The streets that separate these buildings are named after the seas and oceans in between the continents, like Calle Pacífico (the Pacific Ocean), Calle Índico (the Indian Ocean), Calle Mediterráneo (the Mediterranean Sea), Calle Atlántico (the Atlantic Ocean) and Calle Caribe (the Caribbean Sea).
Right in the centre of the complex you can find a circular plaza with a diameter of 100 meters, and this is where the main building is: an irregular, egg-shaped building called “La Vela”.
The main building is 93 meters high, 82 meters in diameter and only 16 meters wide, and it has 19 floors. In order to achieve its form (a sail), the design consists of in total 35 different curvy elements, constructed on the exterior of the 19 floors.
The complex consists of 114,000m2 of offices, and the construction of this building cost about 620 million euros, although some say the overall investment was over 900 million euros. The name of the building was chosen by the employees themselves, after a name contest had been organised.
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