The global smart software provider Dynatrace has chosen the iconic Torre Glories building, located in the 22 @ district, to relocate its R & D laboratory in Spain.
The company, founded in 2005 and which serves 8,000 customers worldwide, including 79 of the Fortune 100, will rent a 1,250-square-meter plant in the building owned by Merlin Properties, which has recently also chosen Facebook to Install your control center against the spread of Fake News. Dynatrace was located at Pallars 99 Street, and is moved by the rapid growth of the company and by the location in the prime area of the district, near the surroundings of Les Glories.
The operation has been advised by Cushman & Wakefield. The real estate consultancy has also accompanied technological multinationals such as Zeptolab on its arrival at 22 @, a district that, after 20 years of activity, has become the office market most demanded by users and investors in Barcelona, with contracting figures average since 2015 around 75,000 square meters, and that has more than 8,800 companies and 93,000 workers.