In 1908 the old slaughterhouse of the Port District was built

and after its closure as a slaughterhouse, probably in the 1960s, this built complex housed different uses, such as warehouse, workshops and offices, until it was abandoned.

In 1989, the neighborhood associations of the adjacent neighborhoods began a struggle for the idle space to be occupied, demanding the implementation of a public facility, specifically, a health center. Years later, the buildings of the complex were rehabilitated and adapted for this use, implanting here the Serreria I Health Center, inaugurated on February 24, 2000.

The intervention in this old slaughterhouse to adapt it to a health center has allowed to maintain the original constructions incorporating them to a totally different use, inaugurating on February 24, 2000.

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Sant Pere Street, 37
Valencia, Spain