SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, March 17 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Government of the Canary Islands and the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council have signed an agreement this Friday for the Executive to acquire the ‘Auditorio’ building, located in Cabo Llanos, for 22 million euros, and use it to house judicial bodies that are scattered by the city.
The agreement has been signed before the media by the vice president and Minister of Finance, Román Rodríguez, and the mayor of the capital José Manuel Bermúdez, who insisted on “cooperation” between administrations to carry out this initiative.
The building measures more than 17,000 square meters distributed over 13 floors and three basements and also has 200 parking spaces, but it will still require an approximate investment of another 10 million euros, according to Rodríguez’s calculations, to be conditioned for public use. judicial.
(There will be expansion)