New script twist. On September 16, the residents of the Hortaleza district of the capital appeared on all the news and newspapers in Spain. Stunned, they did not believe the news advanced by the neighborhood newspaper Periódicohortaleza.org, which had the following headline: ‘An Aztec pyramid with theater and parking: this is Nacho Cano’s project in Hortaleza’. The news lifted the entire municipal corporation from their seats. The immense 10,000-square-meter vacant lot in the neighborhood was to be occupied by a gigantic 29-meter pyramid. Urban Planning sources assured then that it was a provisional use authorization for a maximum of four years, as established by law. The producer, they explained, would have to pay a fee to the City Council of the capital, which is the owner of the plot, of 450,000 euros per year. “After four years the authorization will end and it will be delivered again to the City Council in the same conditions in which the authorization was produced,” they stressed. Well.