Heron acquired Diversia in December 2003. The Centre is 26,000 sq m and was officially re-opened in August 2004. Heron has sought to improve the tenant mix with new tenants such as Tony Roma’s, The Wok and Wagadoo all taking space. This has been part of an on-going programme to improve not just the tenant mix but also the common areas and management of the Centre, since it was taken over. It is located north of Madrid between Soto de la Moraleja and Arroyo de la Vega, the famous business park which is home to 50 different companies and over 15,000 employees including international brands such as Mercedes, Nintendo, Chrysler, Toyota and NEC. Today over 5.8 million people per annum visit the Centre which has become a focal point for this area of Madrid.
Total size: 26,000 sq m 12 screen cinema City Limits family entertainment and bowling centre Holmes Place health and fitness Restaurants and cafes Lifestyle retail 1,200 car parking spaces Visitors: 6 million per annum