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Isozaki Atea
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General information
Location Bilbao, Spain
Status Complete
Constructed 2004-2008
Height
Antenna or spire 83.0 m (272.3 ft)
Roof 83.0 m (272.3 ft)
Top floor 83.0 m (272.3 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 22
Elevators 6
Companies involved
Architect(s) Japan Arata Isozaki, Spain Iñaki Aurrekoetxea
Contractor Fincas Abando

The Isozaki Atea twin towers, in Bilbao, Spain are the tallest residential buildings in the city and the Basque Country. The towers are 83 metres (272 feet) tall and have 22 floors. The first two floors have a mixed-commercial usage, with the rest having residential usage. The towers are part of a five building complex, the other three buildings have a height ranging from 6 to 8 floors.

Atea means Gate in Basque, and the complex is intended as the entrance to the Ensanche of the city, located right at the beginning of the Ercilla street.

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Coordinates: 43°15′57″N 2°55′44″W / 43.26583°N 2.92889°W / 43.26583; -2.92889


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