The association of this entertainment/retail center with the Espanyol soccer club’s new stadium gives the project vitality and a high profile. The retail structure builds upon this appeal to activate the void between a new cinema complex and the stadium, all unified by a surrounding public park. Drawn towards the project’s entrance by a dramatically lit tower, the visitor finds a large paved plaza in an appropriately Spanish style. The shopping loop is interrupted by the main plaza and smaller squares in front of the fashion anchor, the supermarket, and health club. Three levels of retail and entertainment, including areas to eat and relax, a “Kid’s City” entertainment area, and a department store, are covered by an expansive canopy. The project’s three distinct facades play with varying scales and character to appeal to the varying views from the highway, city, and pedestrian avenues.