Plaza España

The newly remodelled Plaza de Espana in Santa Cruz has officially opened.

The public areas of Santa Cruz, including the Plaza de Espana, the Duke of Alameda St. Helena and the Plaza de Candelaria, which have undergone massive renovations, are now finished and were officially inaugurated last Thursday by the highest representatives of the Cabildo.

An area of 36,160 square metres which has undergone the huge remodelling during the past two years only needs the completion of the required testing techniques to fill and empty the lake.

The project was designed by the architectural firm Herzog and Meuron and executed by the joint venture (UTE) constituted by Acciona and VVO Building and Infrastructure Projects.