Area for mixed-use development – residential, commercial, services, trades and crafts and hotel – situated in central Rome near Roma–Trastevere railway station. It is one of the most important urban regeneration projects to be carried out in the city.
The development area is mainly situated within the boundaries of Roma–Trastevere railway station. It is divided into three plots with an overall construction capacity of 57,750 m², for which a planning agreement has already been entered into with the local authority. This urban redevelopment scheme is one of the most important to be carried out in the area and will involve the construction of buildings for the following uses: office space (16,350 m²), residential (12,900 m²), trades and crafts (11,000 m²), tourist accommodation (9,500 m²) and commercial (8,000 m²). The entire area covers 20 hectares, of which green spaces will account for over 50,000 m², new roads and car parks account for 23,000 m² and new station facilities 16,800 m². The project’s central situation between the Trastevere, Gianicolense, Monteverde and Testaccio quarters and its mixed intended use makes it one of the most attractive urban regeneration schemes to be conducted in Rome.
The area is situated in a central zone of the City of Rome (2,872,021 inhabitants) in the immediate vicinity of Roma-Trastevere railway station between the Monteverde, Gianicolense, Trastevere and Testaccio quarters. The two largest plots will be built on between Via Quirino Majorana and Circonvallazione Gianicolense near Ponte Bianco and along Via del Porto Fluviale, near the River Tiber and the Testaccio district. The surrounding urban areas are mainly residential, with local shops and public and private amenities and some service sector and trade-craft facilities (Porto Fluviale-docks area). The area is well served by local road transport – buses and trams – with easy access to the city centre. High-frequency trains on the “FL 1” line (Orte – Fiumicino Airport) pass through the railway station, stopping at the city’s main stations (Roma Tuscolana, Nomentana, Tiburtina, Ostiense) and crossing with the metro “B” line (Ostiense and Tiburtina) and the high speed line (Roma-Tiburtina).