THE Junta de Andalucia has given the go-ahead for four skyscrapers to be built on the plot where the Repsol storage plant was formerly located.
Plans include a park and two residential areas on the 177,548m2 plot.
There will be 399 state-protected houses and four skyscrapers with 932 apartments. The smallest of these skyscrapers will be 105-metres-high and the highest, 126 metres.
Malaga City Hall has already received €12 million for the plot from Repsol, which will be used to pay for work on a boulevard on the land which has been gained thanks to the train tracks being taken underground.
Another €71 million is yet to be paid.