Delfin Tower, the next and most efficient sky-crapper of Benidorm

Delfin Tower, the next and most efficient sky-crapper of Benidorm
Delfin Tower Benidorm
Simulation of the future Delfin Tower in Benidorm

A new sky-crapper will be part of the skyline of Benidorm, which is the third European city in number of this kind of majestic buildings.

The new urban creation will be called Delfin Tower, won’t reach more than 100 meters height (so Gran Bali Hotel will keep the record of Spain in terms of height) and it will be composed by a total amount of 23 floors. In total, its building area will be 7,200 square meters.

The building will includes several features and interesting communal areas, as well as a privileged location in Poniente area (one of the most interesting parts of Benidorm), right in front of the Mediterranean Sea.

The price of the homes in Delfin Tower will be between 700,000 and 1,56 million euros. According several sources, developers will include an electric vehicle delivered with the purchase of each home. Also, electric charging points for these vehicles will be installed in each one of the 59 parking spaces that have been planned. This facts are an example of the important commitment of the project with sustainability and the respect of the environment.

In fact, this building will be granted with the Leed Oro certification, which is delivered by the US Green Building Council to urban projects that apply an efficient use of energy, rational and sustainable use of water and the use of renewable energy resources.

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