Valdebebas is an urbanistic area of northeastern Madrid that at present has a vibrant residential development activity. This area is going to be especially favored by a bridge, already under construction. It will join Valdebebas with the T4 Terminal of Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport. The amount invested will reach 20 million euros, assumed by the Compensation Board.
So far, the growth of Valdebebas from the point of view of promoter has focused on the construction of houses. Little by little, the new neighborhood is counting on services, it expects big stores and equipment in a near temporal horizon. As for the transport, it emphasizes the suburban network that makes a stop next to the Ciudad Deportiva del Real Madrid.
A boost for Valdebebas
The infrastructures and an adequate communication are vital for the development of the city. In this sense, the bridge allows access to the airport without encountering traffic and makes Valdebebas a unique location. This means, moving from the current role of housing to the development of tertiary use. Many companies will be interested in locating themselves in such a favorable location. It is expected that airport companies are the first to want to establish themselves in the field. In addition, the hotel chains linked to the airport, combined in their hosting service with the offices that will be built, have their guaranteed viability.
If you want to expand the information, you can read more in the blog 'Habitable environment' of ELMUNDO.es. Ignacio Ortiz de Andrés, An analyst at Foro Consultores, makes a tour of the area and the repercussion that this work will have.