The historical part of the town of Bisceglie has been at the centre of important developments over the last decade. The latest program aims at improving the quality of existing buildings and at developing the waterfront. The project includes a series of developments aimed at equipping the port with tourist services, parking lots and accommodation facilities as well as at improving urban facilities.
The development project allows the realization of residential buildings of 21,660 m² and of a hotel of 12,260 m². The project includes a series of developments aimed at equipping the port with a range of tourist services, parking lots and accommodation facilities, improving urban facilities and completing the pedestrian area under construction. The main developments are:
The city of Bisceglie (55,517 inhabitans) is located on the Adriatic Sea coast, in the Apulia Region, in a favourable geographical position with tourism appeal, close to other coastal towns (Trani, Bari, Polignano, Monopoli). The area of the project is close to historic medieval area of the town centre, with intact fortifications, and is very well connected to the main roads: 15 km to the A14, with exits “Trani” and “Molfetta, Airport in Bari Palese” and 1 km to the Railway Station.
The regional goverment’s new “Smart Specialization Strategy” will provide a significant boost to high-tech business sectors in the region such as aerospace, mechatronics and green economy. The focus for new investments on the other hand, will be on “smart” sectors (e.g., advanced manufacturing, creative industries, digital companies) as well as on innovating traditional business sectors. Puglia Sviluppo S.p.A., a regional government controlled company, manages the incentives for business investments.