Ignacio García initiates the urban design of the big plot of land of Credoc in Elviria.
The plot of land, with 1,5 million square meters, border in the northern part on The Mairena, a widely urbanized zone placed at the top of the mountain that belongs to Ojén; and in the southern part with the motorway of the Costa del Sol, which divides the zone in two: Elviria Sur, already urbanized, and Elviria Norte, for urbanizing, emplacement of this urban design.
Elviria, in Marbella´s green belt.
Marbella is one of those places with the rather unique ability to offer more than one location that can be described as offering the best of all worlds. In fact, there are quiet a few spots that can make the seemingly contradictory claim to the ideal setting. This is because they bring together a rather heady mix of ingredients that includes a central but peaceful setting that is close to the sea but also offers mountain views, with great shops, restaurants, cafés and beach clubs nearby, and not forgetting practical issues such as schools, medical facilities and good access to the main transport arteries. An area that can satisfy a wish list as long as this has a lot going for it, and Elviria not only ticks all these boxes, it does so with a certain style. Straddling both sides of the coastal road just a few kilometres east of Marbella, it is mostly focused on the northern, or mountain side, where a gentle upward slope and a generous cover of those beautiful coastal dwarf pines provide the setting for a stylish area dominated by fine villas on private plots. In between are luxurious developments of townhouses and especially luxury apartments, the latter mostly clustered near a small commercial shopping area or around a lovely green area.