MYLIFE Real Estate presents this great investment opportunity located in one of the most profitable areas of Barcelona, El Born. Building Description The building has 6 floors, one per floor, completely renovated in 2020, with an area of between 35m2 and 40m2. The ground floor and the attic are different, the latter having a terrace of 8 m2. Fully designer floors. Sofas, cabinets, beds, curtains... designed for these apartments. All floors have: comfortable and spacious beds, AC/heater, alarm, oven, refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave... The building has been totally rehabilitated in 2000 and an elevator has been installed. The yield is about 7000 euros per month. The current tenants have temporary contracts. old city Ciutat Vella is the historic center of Barcelona and occupies a small territory of about 500 hectares. To know Ciutat Vella is to know the origins of Barcelona, a capital that until the middle of the 19th century lived enclosed in its medieval walls, which roughly followed Avinguda del Paral lel, Ronda de Sant Pau, Ronda de Sant Antoni, Calle de Pelai, the Lluís Companys promenade and the Ciutadella park. Of the set of these walls, demolished in 1854, the only fragment that remains standing is the one associated with the medieval shipyards (Les Drassanes, current Maritime Museum), in the so-called Portal de Santa Madrona. Ciutat Vella is made up of four large neighbourhoods. In the center is the Barri Gòtic, Barcelona's oldest urban fabric. To the east, on the other side of Via Laietana, Sant Pere, Santa Caterina and la Ribera —where the Born is located— and which are the medieval extension of the Gòtic. To the west, on the other side of La Rambla, is El Raval, which was born from the rural roads outside the city walls and was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. And to the south, Barceloneta, the seaside neighborhood built in the 18th century to relocate those displaced from Ribera by the construction of Ciutadella, a military fortress. The urban fabric of this district, irregular and motley, as if it were a palimpsest, accumulates the traces of the last two thousand years of history, from the Roman Barcino to the multicultural and avant-garde Barcelona of the 21st century, passing through the Barchinona of the Middle Ages, a set of extraordinary monumental, cultural, gastronomic, artistic and street attractions that should be savored without haste.