The redevelopment area is located within the boundaries of the "Napoli Centrale" railway station, in the centre of Naples, close to the urban heart of the city. The project, due to its central location, is one of the most significant development plans for Naples, with enormous potential to improve the city and the territory.
The redevelopment area is located in a central and complementary position in relation to Naples’ High-speed railway station, metropolitan railway station and the local and suburban public bus terminal. The area covers a surface of 35,600 m², with a potential construction area of 120,000 m², divided as follows: 38% residential, 42% tertiary, 12% accommodation facilities and 8% recreational use. The redevelopment project of the entire area, through strategic urban constructions, alongside the rail and vehicular transport interchange zones, will contribute to completing the current urban layout.
The redevelopment area is located in the Municipality of Naples (978,399 inhabitants), which is the capital of the province (3,118,149 inhabitants) and of the Campania region (5,861,529 inhabitants), and is the third largest city in Italy in terms of residents. The area is within the perimeter of the Napoli Centrale High-speed railway station, between Corso Lucci, Via G. Ferraris and the railway tracks. The presence of the city’s largest transport interchange centre, including the railway station, the metropolitan railway station and the urban and suburban bus terminal, ensure a central importance for the redevelopment plan in terms of the future layout of the city. Excellent car access is assured by the nearby A-3 motorway (Napoli- Reggio Calabria), which begins close to the station.