Intu, owner of a number of the largest retail and entertainment destinations in Spain and the UK, has announced it is bringing an entirely new approach to zoning.

The new zoning design will see a set of distinct neighbourhoods built at its flagship global resort development, intu Costa del Sol in Torremolinos, Spain. Each area will be designed to deliver a unique experience for guests.

The Lake zone will provide fun for guests at all times. The Arena will feature the stage for the park’s highly anticipated performances. The Hills area will be the place where guests can wine, dine and relax.

The Hood will be a hub of creative energy. The Boulevard will be designed in a Mediterranean style and Wonderland will be a themed world made to entertain and enthral children. The Gallery zone will be the resort’s shopping hub and Central Park will be the heart of the entire development.

Martin Breeden, development director for intu, commented: “Designed to be a resort like no other, intu Costa del Sol is breaking the mould across many aspects. These neighbourhoods will be instrumental in ensuring the resort has something for everyone, allowing each and every visitor to have a unique experience and create memories for life.”

Ian Sandford, project director for intu Costa del Sol and president of intu’s JV partner Eurofund, said: “What sets intu Costa del Sol apart is our approach, rooted in an ethos born from the need for a refreshing new way of thinking. The neighbourhood approach is a vital part of this, and one that we believe will truly make the project stand out on the world stage.”

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