The compound consists of a commercial space of about 419 sqm, spread over two floors above ground and a basement, with an outdoor appurtenance of about 200 sqm covered by a projecting roof. The building adjoins an area of about 7200 sqm used as park and ride (with 43 bus ranks and 20 car parks).
The building consists of a first floor with a large terrace, accessible through an internal staircase and an external staircase integrated with the iron and polycarbonate cover that protects the outdoor areas of the station. Another terrace can be reached from the second floor. The building borders an outdoor area equipped with benches, created in the 1990s. The building structure was erected in the 1930s and originally destined to passenger terminal, in connection with the works for the northern rail circuit, interrupted due to the war. The cadastral categories of the building are: C/1 (shops and workshops) and C/2 (warehouses and storage facilities).
The compound is near the railway station of Roma Aurelia, in the western sector of the capital city, inside the Ring, at about 1 km from it. The station of Roma Aurelia is the last station of the railway line Rome-Pisa inside the city of Rome, just before the Ring, between the districts of Pisana and Casal Lumbroso (regional railway FL5).
Nearby the asset there is a main thoroughfare, the State Road Aurelia, that connects the city to the northern Lazio coast. The area is mainly residential but there are also some accommodation facilities, as well as sports centres, religious institutes and the Università Europea di Roma (European University of Rome).