A property complex built in the 1930s, located in a semi-central zone of the Milan municipality, in the city’s north-eastern quarter, near to Corso Buenos Aires and Milan Polytechnic headquarters. The building, used for several years as a teaching - scientific centre by Milan University is currently vacant. The property complex’s layout and location make it ideal for conversion for residential use or into tourist-accommodation facilities.
The property complex is located in a semi-central zone of the city of Milan, along Viale Abruzzi, a major road through the city’s eastern quarter near the City of Studies “Città Studi” and Milan Polytechnic, not far from the exclusive Corso Buenos Aires, a very high profile shopping street, and Milano Centrale railway station. The building is made up of three structures, of different heights, connected to each other by a corridor and separated by two internal courtyards. The main structure, overlooking viale Abruzzi, is split over five floors above ground, plus a non-habitable loft space and a basement. The other three structures are set out over three floors above ground and a non-habitable loft space. The total surface area of the building is 3,597 sq m, of which 2,954 sq m above ground, 379 sq m at basement level and 264 sq m open air courtyard. The building’s prime location makes it ideal for conversion into private homes or tourist-accommodation facilities.
Property complex located in a semi-central zone of the municipality of Milan (1,337,155 inhabitants), capital of the province of the same name (3,196,825 inhabitants) and in the Lombardy Region (10,002,615 inhabitants), Italy’s second largest city, after the capital Rome in terms of resident population. The property is in Via Abruzzi, in the city’s north-eastern quarter, in a residential and office district. The zone is close to the City of Studies “Città Studi” and Milan Polytechnic as well as “Milano Centrale” train station, 700 m from Corso Buenos Aires, a major shopping street leading to the Porta Venezia historical gate, and as far as Piazza San Babila. The zone has excellent vehicular access via Via Abruzzi, Viale Romagna, Viale Regina Giovanna and Corso Buenos Aires and is well served by over-ground public transport, by lines 1 and 2 of the underground with the “Loreto” stop just 650 m from the property, and by the railway infrastructure, with the Train Station just 1.3 km away.