Urbas adquiere 'Alandulus'


URBAS thus improves the forecasts detailed in its Business Plan for build-to-rent housing by 45%. The company is is currently negotiating with several investment funds specialising in rental housing the sale of 50% of its total build-to-rent portfolio for a value of more than 100 million euros.

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Juan Antonio Acedo, CEO of URBAS, presents its Business Plan to 2024, which includes major objectives such as reaching 826 million euros in 2024, multiplying by almost four times its turnover. He also details the plan for the distribution of dividends and what they expect from their new line of business in the world of renewable energies and self-consumption.


The growth in the Garellano area, one of the areas of Bilbao that has undergone the greatest renovation in the new urban redevelopment of the city.


The growth in turnover, the improvement in operating margin and a greater generation of free cash flow forecast the upward projection of URBAS, which is now in a solid position to drive forward its Business Plan. By 2025, it expects to reach a capitalisation of more than 2,000 million euros, more than 1,000 million euros in turnover and an EBITDA of almost 150 million euros.


Quamtium Venture indirectly holds 20.77% of the capital of URBAS and is controlled by its Chairman, Juan Antonio Acedo. Al Alfia Holding, owned by the Qatari royal family, took a significant stake in URBAS (4.85%) after the purchase of Ecisa.


The company leaves its complex in Calle Santa Cruz de Marcenado to move to the Gobelas 15 building in La Florida.


Este acuerdo reconfirma el compromiso y la estabilidad del Consejo de Administración de URBAS en beneficio de todos sus accionistas


In total, 180 homes out of a portfolio of 2,400 with which URBAS has positioned itself in the Basque Country.


The company advances in its growth and expansion strategy focused on creating value for its shareholders and investors.


Executes the photovoltaic installation of the Belvalle shopping center (Meco) with Barter Energy.


Assets that were encumbered as collateral are released through the cancellation of mortgage charges.


The company chaired by Juan Antonio Acedo multiplied by 12 its turnover to 85 million euros


Juan Antonio Acedo has managed to create a construction group with an aggregate portfolio of 1,168 million euros, which also allows synergies with real estate development, photovoltaic self-consumption, energy efficiency and mining.