A neighborhood center, a space for the elderly and an InfoJOVE Point - which will open in spring 2020 - the new spaces are 2,197 m2, on a site formerly occupied by an old transforming station that was also the headquarters of the Barcelona Youth Council (CJB) and the Youth Associations House. In 2008 the CJB moved to the La Fontana Youth Center, together with the Youth Associations Resource Center (CRAJ). The equipment has been designed with an access from Ausiàs March Street which has a large porch with the doors receded relative to the alignment of the façade. Once inside, a lobby with a large double height opening connects this space with the basement and the attic: it has a ground floor with a mezzanine, five floors and a basement. One of the most characteristic elements is the main glazed facade that allows to see all the interior, There is a central space that gives light and natural ventilation to the different rooms and rooms located in the heart of the building. On the first and second floors, the neighborhood manor has been installed. Floors 3, 4 and 5 are of the senior citizens' room, which has a classroom of new technologies and physical activities, among other spaces. The loft and part of the ground floor are intended for the youth information point with spaces for self-consultation, Internet, information, individualized attention and work. There is also an assembly room, exhibition space, changing rooms and a storage room on the 1st floor, and other rooms on the 4th and 5th floors.
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