The Clot district is one of the ten districts of the Sant Martí district, in the northeast of Barcelona. It is delimited by important streets and avenues such as Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, Carrer d'Aragó and Avinguda Meridiana. El Clot is one of the oldest cores of Sant Martí, in medieval times it was known as Clotum Melis. The neighborhood had a rural character until the nineteenth century when the industrialization of Barcelona began. At the beginning of the 20th century, the neighborhood had an industrial and worker character, with factories and houses, which attracted people from other areas and increased the population of the area. Many of the industries have gone and now the neighborhood has a mainly residential character. Total area: 785 m2 Plants: PB + 5 Units: 10 houses and 2 premises Use: Residential Integral rehabilitation and elevator placement Building without Horizontal Division State of the farm: The farm is in rehabilitation and the works are completed in January 2017. They have rehabilitated the two facades, all the floors, the interiors of the floors and the lift have been reinforced with iron beams.
- Ground: 186 m2
- Surface: 785 m2