The census block of Azca had the third highest position in the region, with a GDP of 2.564 million euros. With 1.540 residents and 41.734 jobs (highest value in the region for a census block, there were 27 jobs per resident.
A bunch of towers of different architectural merit and a public landscape wich deceives in some areas, with the usual corridors on different levels that remind, of all things, a feeling of insecurity; but also some noteworthy architectures, as Oiza’s BBVA, and also the certainty of an “imperial” postwar “dream” that was not to finally happen.
The total built-up area is over 1,24 million sq m, with 10% used for housing. So the average apartment is 85 sq m, and for each worker there is a combined average of 27 sq m of built up space, excluding only the housing floor area. There is half a million sq m in offices, and 130.000 m2 of retail (El Corte Inglés, mainly). The most striking figure is the fact that 28,5% of the floor area is occupied by parking (354.000 sq m…)
52 of the floor area is from before 1980 (including all the dwellings) and 41% from the 1980-2000 period.