Mallorca is like a small continent of its own. The island appeals to travelers from all over the world. And its vibrant capital Palma has become a hot spot – not only for visitors but also for entrepreneurs, start-ups and people who love to work where others spend their holidays. The flip side is a growing demand of apartments and an increase in rental prices. MÍO Palma wants to enable people to live large with little budget.
The idea is to offer micro apartments tailored to modern lifestyle and ready to move in. They might be small but who wants to hang out indoors on Mallorca anyway. In particular if you live in a setting that resembles a beach club rather than an apartment building. MÍO’s outdoor area features pool, sundeck, beach sports field and workout zone – free for all tenants, of course.
It’s the little things that make life great. MÍO adapted the concept of plug & play and developed „Plug in & live.“ 148 Micro Apartments come fully furnished and equipped, from cutlery to flatscreen TV. Included in the rent is a flat rate for the basic supply of electricity as well as water, aircon, heating and wifi. So there are no hidden costs. Plus, you do not have to deal with the utility companies on Mallorca. An annoying and time-consuming challenge you can definitely do without.
If you need more space there are 36 Compact Apartments with two or three rooms and a fitted kitchen, thus more possibilities to design your home. Would you like a lounge? Or rather go for a study to set up your home office? May be the perfect place to start your own innovative project. Just choose your apartment, sign the contract and move in.
Additional services like laundry or the cleaning of your apartment can be easily booked via an optional comfort package. Leaves you more time to explore the neighborhood and the island. It’s only a short ride to Palma’s historic city center, and sea and mountains are also within easy reach. Same goes for the university campus. An in-house rental station offers MÍO e-bikes and scooters at special rates.
Occupying less individual space and sharing a communal area not only accommodates people who are on a tight budget. It’s also a way of urban living for open-minded people who like to be in touch with their neighbors. And for those who care about the environment and contribute to a lesser soil sealing, thus protecting Mallorca’s unique landscape.
Sponsored by Domus Vivendi Group.
Domus Vivendi Group
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