Madrid Luxury Property Prices Soar as Rich Latin Americans Flood Market – Bloomberg

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Luxury property prices are soaring in the Spanish capital and its high-dining scene is abuzz with activity.
The Salamanca district of Madrid on May 27.
Photographer: Manaure Quintero/Bloomberg

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When apartments in a luxury building on Calle Padilla in Madrid’s chic Salamanca district were put on the market a few months ago, more than half of them were snapped up by wealthy Mexicans.
The project, with 25 units each priced at as much as €3 million ($3.25 million), is being bankrolled primarily by Mexican investors and stands as a symbol of the increasingly visible presence of the Latin American nation’s citizens in the Spanish capital.


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