This Bourgeois building was built in 1874 and designed by the architect José Quinzá. Located in the heart of the Ciutat Vella of Valencia, it is convenient to the Central Market and all other commercial services. The facade is Academic style, produced under the influence of European academies of art and specifically, by the standards of the French Académie des Beaux-Arts. The interior has interesting period artistic elements made of iron and ceramic tiles. The wall and ceiling moldings are wooden. The floors feature the reknowned Nolla mosaics, after Miguel Nolla, the Catalan entrepreneur who began manufacturing them in Valencia in 1860. The rooms are spacious and elegant with very high ceilings. According to the municipal urban planning council, all motorized traffic will be restricted on the street where the building is located and it will become a pedestrian zone. This will significantly improve the desirability and curb-appeal of the property and contribute greatly to higher property values.
The building will be completely renovated. The plan is for 14 stylish, quality apartments -fully equipped and furnished to meet the great tourist demand in this area. The project also includes two commercial premises on the ground floor.