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Casimiro Mahou 21
 Madrid Rio
Homes for rent in Madrid Río, Calderón
Would you like to live in Nuevo Calderón?
One of the most central new-build areas in Madrid.
Would you like to live in Nuevo Calderón?
A new-build residential area in Madrid Río.
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Pools
Rooftop
Padel courts
SPA
Gastro Room
Kids Area
Parking
Electrical Parking
Storage rooms
Concierge
Lockers

Vivenio Casimiro Mahou 21,
your new rental in Madrid Río.

Are you looking for a flat to rent in Madrid city centre? If the answer is yes, let us introduce you to your new home: a residential complex with 411 homes in one of the most eagerly awaited urban developments in the Spanish capital, located on the site of the former Vicente Calderón stadium.

We have a rental for you: 1-, 2-, and 3-bed flats in one of Madrid’s most sought-after areas in a prime location surrounded by green spaces. Discover a residential complex with a variety of services and communal areas, like an infinity pool, a rooftop pool, a solarium, high-rise padel courts (on the 11th floor), spa, open-air foodie areas and a concierge service and parcel lockers. At Vivenio - experts in rental homes - we’ve developed this complex in line with lifestyle trends and needs, making your day-to-day as easy and comfortable as possible.
Are you looking for a flat to rent in the greater Madrid area? Let us introduce you to your new home: a residential complex with 411 homes located on the site of the former Vicente Calderón stadium. Brand-new 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom flats in a prime-location development.

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All our homes are highly energy efficient. Which one will you go for?
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1-bed homes

Perfect if you live alone or with your partner. Homes from 50 m2 with a s eparate bedroom and a bathroom with a double sink and rain-effect shower. Each flat has a combined living-dining room and kitchen with electrical appliances. They also boast integrated lighting in every room, spacious built-in wardrobes and double-glazed soundproof windows. Moreover, the HVAC system is underfloor heating and cooling with imitation-wood ceramic flooring and app-controlled home automation. All homes have an outdoor washing-line area or terrace, and some ground-floor flats have a garden. Perfect if you live alone or with your partner. Homes from 50 m2 with a separate bedroom and bathroom. Each flat has a combined living-dining room and kitchen with electrical appliances. All flats also have integrated lighting, built-in wardrobes, double-glazed soundproof windows, an HVAC system via underfloor heating and cooling and app-controlled home automation. All homes also have an outdoor washing-line area or terrace, and some ground-floor flats have a garden.

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2-bed homes

Your haven of peace in the heart of Madrid Río. Homes from 66 m2 with two bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en-suite). We have flats with a combined living-dining room and kitchen, and flats with a separate kitchen, all include electrical appliances. Our flats also have an outdoor washing-line area or terrace (or garden for some ground-floor flats), integrated lighting in all rooms, built-in wardrobes and double-glazed soundproof windows. The HVAC system is underfloor heating and cooling, and all flats have app-controlled home automation. Your haven of peace in the heart of Madrid Río. Homes from 66 m2 with two bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en-suite). We have flats with a combined living-dining room and kitchen, and flats with a separate kitchen, all include electrical appliances. Our flats also have an outdoor washing-line area or terrace (or garden for some ground-floor flats), integrated lighting in all rooms, built-in wardrobes and double-glazed soundproof windows. The HVAC system is underfloor heating and cooling, and all flats have app-controlled home automation.

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3-bed homes

Families and space lovers, this flat is for you. Homes from 90 m2 with three bedrooms and two bathrooms with a double sink and rain-effect shower (one en-suite). We have flats with a combined living-dining room and kitchen, and flats with a separate kitchen, all include electrical appliances. The properties also have an outdoor washing-line area or terrace, and some ground-floor flats have a garden. Lighting is integrated in all rooms, so you won’t need to install ceiling lamps. All units include spacious built-in wardrobes and double-glazed soundproof windows. Moreover, the HVAC system is underfloor heating and cooling with imitation-wood ceramic flooring, and all flats have app-controlled home automation. Families and space lovers, this flat is for you. Homes from 90 m2 with three bedrooms and two bathrooms (one en-suite). We have flats with a combined living-dining room and kitchen, and flats with a separate kitchen, all include electrical appliances. Our flats also have an outdoor washing-line area or terrace (or garden for some ground-floor flats), integrated lighting in all rooms, built-in wardrobes and double-glazed soundproof windows. The HVAC system is underfloor heating and cooling, and all flats have app-controlled home automation.

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Casimiro Mahou 21, a new trendy area in Madrid city center
Your new home in Madrid Río is in the Arganzuela district, in a new area on the banks of the Manzanares river, just minutes from the city’s old quarter. This new residential area on the site of the former Vicente Calderón stadium boasts all the advantages of a new build adapted to the demands of a modern client in a long-standing area in the Imperial neighbourhood and within the M-30 ring road. In less than five minutes, you can walk and exercise in Madrid Río park, and you’re just a 15-minute walk from the famous boho neighbourhood, La Latina. The area also boasts plenty of shops and supermarkets, excellent links by road with direct access to the A-5, A-6 and M-30, and by public transport - Pirámides metro and interurban train station is just three minutes away, as well as bus stops so you can reach any corner of the city.
Your new home in Madrid Río is in the Arganzuela district. It boasts all the advantages of a new build in a long-standing neighbourhood with local businesses and services. In less than five minutes, you can walk and exercise in Madrid Río park, and you are just a 15-minute walk from La Latina and the city centre. The area has excellent links by road and by public transport - Pirámides metro and interurban train station is just three minutes away.
Vivenio Casimiro Mahou 21, homes for rent in Madrid Río

Sustainability
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We are committed to sustainability and having a positive social and environmental impact on the area where our buildings are developed.

We are committed to sustainability and having a positive social and environmental impact on the area where our buildings are developed. Our Casimiro Mahou 21 residential complex is currently undergoing BREEAM EXCELLENT sustainability certification with all the measures and systems needed to reduce our carbon footprint and improve our residents’ well-being.
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Our Casimiro Mahou 21 residential complex is currently undergoing BREEAM EXCELLENT sustainability certification. It will pass because it has:

Enjoy Madrid, the city of a thousand and one plans

You can enjoy all sorts of plans in Spain’s capital, strolling through its streets and neighbourhoods, soaking up the culture, enjoying delicious food and making the most of the endless entertainment options.

Just a stone’s throw away from the residential complex is Madrid Río park, 10 km of green space to walk, ride your bike or exercise outdoors. If you’re more of an urbanite, there’s plenty to do without going too far out of your way. You can enjoy Sundays in the Rastro flea market with its famous stalls and bars, visit the Landscape of Light with some of the world’s most important museums, like El Prado, Reina Sofia or the Thyssen, or stroll around Imperial with La Almudena Cathedral and the imposing Royal Palace.

Nature and Culture

Just a stone’s throw away from the residential complex is Madrid Río park, 10 km of green space to walk, ride your bike or exercise outdoors. If you’re more of an urbanite, there’s plenty to do without going too far out of your way. You can enjoy Sundays in the Rastro flea market with its famous stalls and bars, visit the Landscape of Light with some of the world’s most important museums, like El Prado, Reina Sofia or the Thyssen, or stroll around Imperial with La Almudena Cathedral and the imposing Royal Palace.

Madrid, the 24-hour city

In Madrid, you’ll always find something to do. If you like the theatre and musicals, there are theatres on every corner, but don’t miss Gran Vía’s musicals straight from London’s West End and New York’s Broadway. This thoroughfare is also Europe’s busiest shopping street, where you can find your favourite brands in Madrid’s emblematic theatres of yesteryear.
Concerts are part of Madrid’s DNA. Spanish and international artists visit the capital to perform in legendary venues like the WiZink Center or Santiago Bernabéu and Wanda Metropolitano stadiums. If you prefer up-and-coming indie bands, you can always catch a gig in one of the many venues across the city.

If you’re still strapped for plans, you can enjoy an interesting day trip without leaving Madrid. Spend the day at San Lorenzo del Escorial, where you can visit the impressive monastery and feel like you are travelling back in time to the 16th century. Do you like Versailles and its gardens? Visit the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso, in neighbouring Segovia and travel back in time to Louis XVI’s era.
In Madrid, you’ll always find something to do. If you like the theatre and musicals, there are theatres on every corner, but don’t miss Gran Vía’s musicals straight from London’s West End and New York’s Broadway. This thoroughfare is also Europe’s busiest shopping street, where you can find your favourite brands in some of Madrid’s most emblematic buildings of yesteryear.

Sport
for everyone

Thanks to Madrid’s geographical diversity, you can practise all types of sport.

If you like hiking in the mountains, you can spend a morning in Madrid’s Sierra de Guadarrama. If you prefer golf, Madrid boasts a range of golf clubs, or you can watch the annual Spanish Open at Madrid’s Club de Campo Villa. Tennis is also a good sport to practise and enjoy in Madrid. Don’t miss the chance to watch the Mutua Madrid Tennis Open in La Ciudad de la Raqueta.
And what about water sports? Yes, you can even practise them in Madrid. At the Pantano de San Juan, you can enjoy a day boating, waterskiing, getting your boatmaster’s licence, fishing or learning to sail.

And don’t forget the city’s football stadiums. In the heart of La Castellana, watch a match or tour Real Madrid’s new Bernabéu stadium. Or you can visit Atlético de Madrid’s Civitas Metropolitano stadium on the capital’s outskirts.
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Music and Entertainment

Concerts are part of Madrid’s DNA. Spanish and international artists visit the capital to perform in legendary venues like the WiZink Center or Santiago Bernabéu and Wanda Metropolitano stadiums. If you prefer up-and-coming indie bands, you can always catch a gig in one of the many venues across the city.

Madrid and its Surroundings

If you’re still strapped for plans, you can enjoy an interesting day trip without leaving Madrid. Spend the day at San Lorenzo del Escorial, where you can visit the impressive monastery and discover the history of the House of Habsburg. Do you like Versailles and its gardens? Visit the Royal Palace of La Granja de San Ildefonso, in neighbouring Segovia and travel back in time to Louis XVI’s era.