An exclusive office building with a distinctive tiered glass front.
The street where the building is located was planned in the 19th century when the Marquis of Salamanca, who owned 100 hectares in the area, promoted developments to the north, east and west of the capital, creating the Salamanca district.
It is one of the most distinguished, central districts of Madrid, which boasts architectural unity through the building façades and a high concentration of designer boutiques.
In 2011, Gmp fully refurbished the seven floors of this building to enhance the natural light and functionality of the space.
Goya 14 enjoys a strategic location, next to Plaza Colón and Paseo de la Castellana, one of Madrid’s main avenues. Its surroundings offer a wide range of services, shops and restaurants and it has excellent connections to the public transport network.