Ciudadanos has presented this Wednesday morning the most ambitious project of its electoral program: the landscape integration of the castle quarry through sustainable construction.
It is not a new project, it was born in 1995 by the architect Salva Pons. This macro project proposes to take advantage of the quarry of the castle, where currently the dependencies of urbanism and youth are, building a luxury hotel with 200 rooms; nine public parking plants; a restaurant with views on the top floor and a large auditorium with capacity for 900 people.
HABITEM is the strategy of Ciudadanos Dénia to put construction to work with SUSTAINABLE criteria that provide solutions for all. The best example we propose is this personal project of our colleagues Salva Pons, architect and Sergio Benito, civil engineer and candidate for mayor of Dénia. A project open to all parties because the great ideas for Dénia are neither left nor right, they belong to everyone.
Published by Cs Dénia On Wednesday, 22 May 2019
The building would have nine floors. On the ground floor, with a height of 8 meters, the municipal offices (7.580 m2) would be located; the auditorium (1.800 m2) and access to the parking lot. In the nine parking floors there would be capacity for 2.000 vehicles.
The Hotel of Great Luxury a plant, to which would be added five floors with panoramic rooms and a restaurant with chill out terrace on the top floor.
How to execute the project
The cost of this project would amount to 66'2 million euros. To get them, Citizens is committed to a private concession. According to his estimations, in ten years the exploitation of the hotel would obtain the 100% of the costs of the project. It would be a concession to 30 years, which would be carried out through a public tender.
From Ciudadanos stress that would be extra income for the City through the concession of the restaurant, the operation of the auditorium and parking.
The mayoral candidate for Citizens, Sergio Benito, says that there are already investors interested in this project, that it would respect the castle environment and that in less than two years it could be built.