Saba renames its Pg. de Gràcia-Mallorca car park in Barcelona after reaching an agreement with La Pedrera-Casa Milà

The infrastructure, located a few metres from the modernist building designed by Antoni Gaudí, has been renamed as Saba Barcelona Bamsa-Pg. de Gràcia-La Pedrera

Saba's commitment to Barcelona is undoubtedly memorable. After its foundation in 1965, the company won the first concession promoted by the Barcelona City Council to construct and subsequently operate five car parks with 3,700 parking spaces (three of them on the Pg. de Gràcia-Pl. Catalunya artery). Located on the real heart of Barcelona's commercial area, these car parks have become a driving force for the city's economy and growth, and continue to form part of the Saba network, which currently totals 20,000 parking spaces and 42 car parks in Barcelona.

To celebrate the bicentenary of the Passeig de Gràcia, the Saba Barcelona Bamsa-Pg. de Gràcia-Mallorca car park has changed its name to Saba Barcelona Bamsa-Pg. de Gràcia-La Pedrera following an agreement with La Pedrera-Casa Milà. The company thus associates its name with one of the most iconic works of the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí (1852-1926), located at the intersection of Pg. de Gràcia and Carrer Provença, just a few metres from the car park that Saba has been operating on the famous avenue since 1967.

Saba is a company that prides itself on its commitment to the city of Barcelona, on its links with society and government, and on its conviction of the role that public-private collaboration plays in terms of economic development and the well-being of its citizens.