Castellana 66


Castellana 66 was designed by Jose María Bosch and Santiago Biosca Pascual in 1991. The seven-storey building complex comprises three adjoining buildings, i.e., Paseo de la Castellana 66 and María de Molina 2, 4 and 6, something that allows for unique floor areas of up to 3,600 sqm of GLA.

Major multinational and national companies have chosen this emblematic building complex for their Madrid headquarters. Its privileged location in one of the city’s most exclusive areas, floor-to-ceiling height of 9 feet, and flexibility of space are just some of the reasons why it is so prized.

Ownership: 100%

Main Features

  • Gross leasable area (GLA) up to 3,600 sqm per floor
  • 7 floors, 9 lifts and 6 stairwells
  • Floor-to-ceiling height approx. 2.8 metres
  • Technical floors and suspended metal ceilings
  • ​Large windows
  • Centralised air conditioning
  • LED illumination system
  • ​Security 24x7
  • ​Fire detection and sprinkler system
  • ​390 car park spaces (24x7)
  • Locker rooms
  • ​High-end sanitary facilities
  • Leed Platinum Certification for Existing Buildings
  • ​Card-access system
  • ​CCTV surveillance



Castellana 66 is located at the intersection of Paseo de la Castellana and Calle de María de Molina, in the middle of the Madrid's City Business District (CBD). The asset offers a wide variety of services, ranging from restaurant and retail stores to hotels, gyms and leisure facilities within walking distance.

Its setting in a privileged urban environment eases the task of balancing work and family life.

Castellana 66 is amongst the best communicated buildings in Madrid's CBD, with a Metro (tube) station, several bus stops and a taxi rank right outside. The airport (< 15 minutes), high-speed long-distance train stations (< 15 minutes) and suburban rail network (< 10 minutes) are all within easy reach.

15 minutes from the airport

Metro: Gregorio Marañón

7, 12, 14, 16, 27, 40, 147, 150, N1, N22, N24