The building is located in the old city centre of Reggio Emilia, on via Emilia Santo Stefano that crosses the city. Because of its optimal location, the property is ideally suited for redevelopment and conversion to private homes and retail units on the ground floor.
The property, located in the old city centre of Reggio Emilia, was built in 1839 and faces on to three roads: via Emilia Santo Stefano with the main entrance, via Berta and via Liberata. The building boasts a central courtyard with a park area and comprises three floors above ground plus a basement floor, and covers a gross surface area of 3,557 m². The building is listed (former Legislative Decree 42/2004) and is currently vacant. The town zoning plan classifies the building for public use, with the possibility of use for private commercial activities.
The building is located in the historic city centre of Reggio Emilia (171,655 inhabitants), which is the capital city of the province (533,248 inhabitants), and is the fourth largest city in the Emilia-Romagna region in terms population. The surrounding area features mainly stately buildings with internal courtyards used as private homes and offices with shops on street level. The property faces on to Via Emilia Santo Stefano, which has recently been designated as a pedestrian walkway. There is excellent public transportation connecting the centre of the city with the suburbs, with bus stops close to the building. The railway station is 1.4 km away on foot and 2.0 km by car, and the Reggio-Emilia exit of the A-1 motorway (Roma-Milano) is 5.5 km away.