If completed, the buildings would be Spain’s 17th tallest, as well as the highest in Malaga City and the rest of the coast
PLANS to build the Costa del Sol’s two tallest skyscrapers have been revealed.
The La Princesa area of Malaga is the intended home of the new towers, which both stand at 126m high.
The 29-storey blocks collectively house 450 apartments, half of which could be used for rent.
If completed, the buildings would be Spain’s 17th tallest, as well as the highest in Malaga City and the rest of the coast.
Property developer AQ Accentor has been drafted in for the new development, which is financed by German investment fund Aquila Capital.
Full plans for the Malaga plot include a total of 750 new homes, but details of the project are limited.
The site is known as the ‘Martiricos’ development, which is being led by Madrid real estate company Espacio Medina.
Although the plans are not finalised, AQ Acentor boss, Sven Schoel told Diario Sur, ‘we have demand both for purchase and for rent’.
Other construction works at the Martiricos site include a 20,000-square-metre park and a seven-floor office complex.