Andrew Tan’s Madrid skyscraper renamed Torre Emperador Castellana

Andrew Tan’s Madrid skyscraper renamed Torre Emperador Castellana

Bilyonaryo Andrew Tan announced that his 57-storey skyscraper in Madrid, Spain had been renamed Torre Emperador Castellana.

Tan forked out 560 million Euros (about P33 billion) to purchase the all-glass office tower in 2015.

Located in the Cuatro Torres Business Area – one of the most modern and prime locations for commercial real estate in Madrid – Torre Emperador houses the corporate headquarters of Tan’s liquor business Emperador in Spain.

The complex is home to four of Madrid’s tallest and most iconic skyscrapers.

Torre Emperador has a leasable area of 60,142 square meters. Among its tenants are the embassies of Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom, the Spanish Banking Association and global infrastructure group OHLA, among others.

Tan also owns the iconic Torre Diagonal in Barcelona. Wnother one is set to launched in the coming weeks.

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