Quay 1 Muelle Uno
The Muelle Uno Project, which has been constructed and is being exploited by the company Unión de Iniciativas de Marina de la Farola, is a “leisure area and shopping centre by the sea”.
It is a project that fully complies with the approved Special Plan, both from the architectural and commercial points of view.
170m have been reserved for the allocation of 24 berthing points for yachts up to 30m long, which are already in use.
Muelle Uno has 14,000 sqm for high-level recreational and commercial use, in which restaurants are mixed with small-scale businesses and leisure. The picture is completed by a 4,000 sqm building for cultural use, managed by Malaga City Council and hosting the Centre Pompidou Málaga from March 2015.
The project of this commercial and leisure area includes two car parkings, with over 1,000 parking spaces.
The total investment, including the full equipment of the premises, runs up to 80 million euros, having been open to the public in 2011.
More info at www.muelleuno.com
Quay 2 – The Palm Grove of Surprises
The renewed quay n. 2 includes a pedestrian area and 3 buildings: one of them is the headquarters for the maritime-educational Aula del Mar, the one in the middle belongs to the Junta de Andalucía and hosts an Exhibition Hall, and the building located closer to Plaza de la Marina is a cruise passenger terminal for luxury small-medium size cruise ships. The area also houses two food premises and a great pergola all along the quay.
The investment amounts to 27 million euros, coming entirely from the Andalusian Regional Government’s Committee of Public Works and Housing, via EPSA (Andalusian Public Land Company).
Muelle de Heredia
As part of the port-city operation, there is a project to create a new urban facade in Muelle de Heredia, which will house a business center in the heart of Málaga .
The following actions will completely transform the concept of this quay:
- New marina: After the concession to 'Marina City Málaga SA' for the construction and exploitation of a marina in the West area of the Port of Málaga was revocated in November 2014, the Port Authority will put out to tender this space during 2015, with the aim of revitalizing the waterfront and further develop the integration plan between the port and the city. The project involves the construction of 600 berths for yachts up to 15 meters, in order to satisfy the demand in the province.
- Oceanographic Institute .