Increasing sales capacity

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By spring of 2017 Malaga’s Plaza Mayor shopping and leisure complex will have finally gained an extra 22,725 sqm in commercial surfaces. This is to cost 70 million euros in private investment but generate over 600 jobs and 4.7 million euros in public revenue that will be used to further improve Malaga’s historic center. This… Read more »

The Costa del Sol seen by the English market

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The presence of Costa del Sol and Andalusian media, tourism and government representatives increased the region’s exposure on the English market; particularly with the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre. Indeed, tourism professionals and journalists from a variety of publications such as the BBC and the Forbes magazine discussed the region’s assets. As a… Read more »

2014 was only the beginning

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Following the World Travel Market that took place in London last week, many positive outlooks were collected by the Spanish journal – SUR – concerning southern Spain. 2014 was said to have been an « amazing » year for the Spanish Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodation (CEHAT) but that 2015 was looking even more… Read more »

Yet another improvement for Marbella

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The much-awaited avant-garde boulevard San Pedro Alcantara is nearing completion. Now that 99% of the project is over it is time for the perfect finishes and space allocation for terrace cafés. This added value to the city’s assets is expected to stimulate the local economy and Marbella property should once more reap the benefits of… Read more »

Andalucia regains growth

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The Spanish bank Unicaja published a recent study stating that Andalucia’s economy will grow by 2% in 2015. This upturn will be experienced across many sectors, starting with the services sector (1.9%) – the region’s cash driver – moving on to the construction (2.3%) and then industrial sector (3.5%). Thus as the GDP grows, prices… Read more »