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Following three years of closed throughway to both the Cervantes Plaza and the Underground Car Park, today it was opened to the public.

The implementation of said work will begin in  October 2009, with the demolition of the existing Car Park of two storeys and the construction  of the new Car Park which has gone from two to five storeys. For the construction of this Car Park, an inverse method will be used and carried out with screens with hydro milling machines. The first three storeys are used for short-stay parking with a total of 607 spaces, 16 designed for specially adapted vehicles and the fourth and fifth storeys are reserved for 619 residential vehicles.

The car park is fitted with the most up to date facilities: the ventilation system; the lighting is intelligent and the system of security cameras is also of the latest generation.

With a surface area of 2,800m2, the new Cervantes Plaza has a relatively large green area which occupies half of the space. The peripheral positioning of palm trees next to the tamarind trees gives the plaza vertical volume and an historical identity. In the centre is a sculpture of Cervantes, Don Quijote and Sancho Panza, in wood, on a dome which emerges from the ground, with a relief surface covered in different sea fish.

Currently in basement levels 1 and 2, construction work is still undergoing on the Adapted Sports Centre, managed by the Hegala Zabalik Foundation in which the Adapted Sports Federation, the County Council and the City Council are participating alike. These facilities cover a surface area of more than 4,000m2, directly adjoined to the Concha beach and will have swimming pools, gyms, health zones and an area of wellbeing open to the general public.

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