Majestic building with residential urban use. It consists of 10 flats distributed in 6 floors, basement, lower level floor, first floor, second floor, attic and penhouse.
The total Surface is of 1545,20 sqm, terraces included.
The last use of the building was of geriatric residence.
The classical style facade is included in the catalog of the artistic heritage of the city of Barcelona.
The Salut is the neighborhood belonging to the Gracia District,
a quiet neighborhood, born and raised in the environment of the construction of the chapel dedicated to the Mother of Deu de la Salut in 1864. The neighborhood has one of the most important urban elements of the city: the Park Guell, Antoni Gaudí and declared a World heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. Highlights include the network of public and private school facilities and the Educational Service Center, sports facilities like the Tennis Club La Salut, health facilities, as well as the market.
The commercial activity is concentrated in Travessera de Dalt, where a varied of comercial street stores exists. The existing Lesseps Market and its surroundings are also other commercial vitality. The neighborhood will live soon major changes such as the urbanization of Travessera de Dalt, new building homes for the elderly and neighborhood facilities on the site of the former Chiron. These projects will undoubtedly contribute to strengthening social cohesion and local commerce in the area.