This property complex, used as offices, is located in Brescia city centre, on Tebaldo Brusato Square; it has been upgraded in a "French" Square style to enhance the area with mature trees around the perimeter. The building, built in a court style with an internal courtyard used for parking, is currently used by the Provincial Public Works offices, and will be empty shortly. The PRG (urban development plan) permits the property to be used as residential or tourist accommodation.
The detached property, is part of a complex of buildings located on Tebaldo Brusato Square and is divided into three floors above ground and an attic. The building has a quadrilateral shape with an internal courtyard used for private parking and is adjacent to a small portico. The property is in brick with traditional concrete and masonry; it has independent heating, connected to the city’s direct heating system and a water cooling system. Frequent maintenance work has been carried out over the years on the building complex, to ensure usability and preservation. The property does not appear to be bound by Legislative Decree 42/2004. In the PGT (territorial zoning plan), the property is classified as a non-residential, characteristic building (2.4.1), its purpose is the original one but some other uses such as managerial purposes, and conversion into residential or tourist accommodation are allowed,, provided that the whole complex is included.
The property complex, for office use, is located in Brescia city centre (pop. 196,326), the capital of the province with the same name (pop. 1,265,077), the second municipality of the Lombardy Region (pop. 10,002,165), part of a metropolitan agglomeration with a population of 672,822. The building is located within the perimeter of the town wall, at the base of Cidneo Hill with its castle which overlooks the Old Market Square, on Via Musei, joining Broletto and Piazza Duomo, passing through important Roman and Longobard relics. The area is well connected by public transport, buses and the metro line (the Vittoria stop is at 950 mt from the property). The metro is 13 km long and crosses the city from north to the south, passing through the old town; the train station is 1.8 km from the property. The city is one of the most important industrial districts in Lombardy and Italy, is about 100 km from Milan and is well connected to the rest of the region by way of the motorway and train network (train route R6).