The Art District
Soho Malaga – Neighborhood of the arts.
The Art District
Soho Malaga – Neighborhood of the arts.
Soho Málaga -Neighborhood of the arts.is an initiative born of the citizens themselves to rehabilitate the area between the south of the Alameda and the Muelle de Heredia.
South Axis : Between the South of the Alameda and the Muelle de Heredia, next to the Port of Málaga. East - West Axis : Between the Plaza de La Marina and the Guadalmedina River
It is, on the other hand, the best communicated area of the city: in the same Soho, or around it, some of the main roads of the city run.In the Alameda the headwaters of a large part of the urban bus lines converge.
After the basic analysis of the Commercial Structure currently existing in the neighborhood, and the definition of the most suitable commercial mix for the productive reactivation of the Ensanche de Heredia, three different areas are proposed:
ZONE 1: Area of Commerce and Services Linked to Arts and Non-Conventional Stores
ZONE 2: Zone of Supply and Rest for companies and residents.
ZONE 3: Multicultural Zone.
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Year of creation of the company
Santa Canela is a coffee shop and creperie that opened in December 2015 on Tomás Heredia street. It currently has three workers plus its two partners Matías and Juan Pablo.
Why did you decide to assemble your business in the neighborhood?
We are located in Tomás Heredia street in the center of Soho, Malaga, because we believe in the projection and growth of the neighborhood, and we trust that in the future it will be established as a prolongation of the center with great traffic of people.
In these months the growth has been positive, we are striving hard to build loyalty to our customers, since we have a large part of the public, as well as tourists who walk through our streets.
What do you think that the soho project will contribute to your business?
We believe that the Soho and MAUS projects are creating more life in the neighborhood, although it is still necessary to expand the offer of shops and thus attract more visitors.
year of creation of the company
Zen Cultural opened its doors on September 1, 2014 on Calle Córdoba, opposite the Teatro Alameda. It is a private association of smokers, where associates can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and various cultural activities. It is a place where the law does not allow smoking.
Why did you decide to assemble your business in the neighborhood? Why
Soho is an innovative neighborhood, with a wide social coverage, where there is an exponential development that translates into the generation of new businesses, and businesses, where an increasingly specific audience comes.
What do you think the soho project will contribute to your business?
Well, we believe that the project gives a touch of modernity not only to the neighborhood, but to the entire city and, of course, to the businesses, businesses and associations that decide to settle here. All this will lead to a better social acceptance and of course to generate a more open society capable of adopting new trends.