High-standing corporate office building designed in 1905 as the corporate headquarters for Sociedad Azucarera Española in one of the the most emblematic areas of Madrid.
It has a total of 5.548m² of modern offices on seven floors, with room for approximately 500 workplaces a magnificent rooftop terrace with capacity for 100 people.
It is located on a chamfered corner, giving it two separate entrances: a highly emblematic main entrance at 5 Ruiz de Alarcón Street and a secondary entrance on Juan de Mena Street.
A corporate building designed from the beginning to house the most distinguished companies.
Aware of its historical value, as a listed building, elements like the wood joinery, stairs and rooftop have been restored, working closely with the Spanish Office for the Protection of Historical Heritage.
The building has been painstakingly refurbished:: modernizing and reinterpreting the spaces to fit the needs of the most discerning 21st-century companies as their corporate headquarters, applying criteria of flexibility and functionality.
An exquisite renovation
5 Ruiz de Alarcón Street combines the talent of one of the most emblematic architectsof the early 20th century with one of estudios de arquitectura today’s most widely known architecture firms . An exquisite continuation of architectural excellence.
- Enrique Mª Repullés y Vargas (1845- 1922) was the official architect of the royal family and of the Archdioceses of Toledo. In the Jerónimos neighborhood alone, he left us emblematic works like the Madrid Stock Exchange and the restored San Jerónimo el Real church, not to mention the building at Ruiz de Alarcón 5.
- Ortiz León Arquitectos, the studio that carried out the project, was founded in 1984 by Íñigo Ortiz de Tortosa and Enrique León García. The firm has worked on projects for the most exclusive, important clients. Some of these include Torre Mapfre in Barcelona, Torre Iberdrola in Bilbao and Torre de Cristal in Madrid.
El edificio cuenta con la
certificación LEED ® Gold CS
Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED ©) certification, the standard international system to recognize sustainable spaces, has granted LEED® Gold Core & Shell certification to the Ruiz de Alarcón 5 project,for its high level of efficiency.
The guarantee of sustainability reflects savings of 30% to 40% and indoor air quality that is 30% above applicable standards. These green strategies and measures create a work environment with lower operating costs and increased quality of life and performance of its occupants.
The first through fifth floors are Standard Floors, as they all have the same distribution, except for slight differences on the first and fifth floors:
The first floor has a skylight in the floor with walkable glass flooring that is the roof to the light shaft underneath. A unique focal point around which to structure the various office spaces on the floor.
The fifth floor also has a terrace.
- The first floor has a skylight in the floor with walkable glass flooring that is the roof to the light shaft underneath. A unique focal point around which to structure the various office spaces on the floor.
- The fifth floor also has a terrace.