RAMBLA POBLENOU in Living we present this beautiful property located just 5 minutes from the beautiful Bogatell beach in Barcelona. The apartment is located in a young building from 1997. The property is on the corner and totally exterior and in its 93m2 there are 3 bedrooms, the main one with a bathroom, a living-dining room with access to a terrace, an independent kitchen with a utility room and two bathrooms. The house also includes a parking space and is accessed directly from the community elevator. The Poblenou neighborhood corresponds to the old Taulat neighborhood and occupies the lower part closest to the sea in the Sant Martí district. For many centuries it was an area of marshes, with lagoons surrounded by reeds, a landscape still evoked by the names of the streets of La Llacuna and Joncar. The abundance of water, the large extensions and the low price favored, throughout the 17th century, the installation of the first Indianas meadows. Then came the steamships, later displaced by electricity, with industries of all kinds: oils, wines, textiles, metal, gas, machinery, mosaics, graphic arts, paints, plastics, food... At the end of the 19th century, Poblenou It was the territory with the highest industrial concentration in the country, to the point that it was described as the Catalan Manchester. The first urban nucleus was built around the Plaza de Prim and the second, also known as the La Plata neighbourhood, in the Wad-Ras area (now Ramón Turró). Throughout the 20th century, Poblenou was consolidated as a residential and industrial neighbourhood. Starting in the 1960s, there was an intense de-industrialization process and the consequent release of large lots, which were soon occupied again by transport companies, workshops and warehouses. With the 1992 Olympic Games, the great transformation of the neighborhood began, which today takes on new impetus with the 22@ project, which takes place on both sides of the traditional center of Poblenou. Bogatell beach, together with Mar Bella beach and Nueva Mar Bella beach, is one of the beaches that acquired a new quality when Barcelona's seafront was recovered in the 1990s, specifically as a result of the renovation of the city. during the 1992 Olympic Games. The beach is approximately 600 meters long and is one of the most appreciated by users of the Barcelona coast in terms of safety.