Area for mixed-use development – residential, tertiary and production businesses and services – situated in a semi-central part of Turin, part of a broader regeneration project that is fundamental for mobility and the city's urban development.
It is located in the northern area, above the Porta Susa Spina 2 area, between Corso Principe Oddone, Piazza Baldissera,
Corso Vigevano and Corso Umbria. There is a building bound by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, included in the
development area. It’s possible to build more 3,388 sqm of GFA from Scalo Vallino, that are added to the 49,647 sqm of the P.R.G. for a total of 53,035 sqm. The functional mix is min 40% residential, max 20% ASPI (activities and services for people and companies), max 40% of manufacturing and service activities (Eurotorino), with max height of 5-7 floors. The project for the Dora railway station is being completed.
The area is situated in the north part of the town, over Porta Susa Spina 2, between Corso Principe Oddone, Piazza Baldissera, Corso Vigevano, and Corso Umbria. The transformation of this area shall take account of a building which is under protection of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage. There are + 3.388 sqm of building rights from Scalo Vallino. The functions provided for are minimum 40% residential, maximum 20% ASPI (activities and services for people and businesses), maximum 40% production activities and services (Eurotorino), with maximum height of 5-7 floors. A project for the railway station of Dora is being completed.
The property is located in a semi-central part of the City of Turin (896,773 inhabitants), capital of the Province of Turin and regional capital of Piedmont. Turin is Italy’s 4th largest city by population. The development area is part of the “Spina 3” urban regeneration scheme and is situated in the section between Piazza Baldissera and Corso Principe Oddone above the River Dora Riparia. The new buildings will link two parts of the zone that are currently separated by the worksite. The area is well served by public transport and is near Torino Dora GTT railway station, which connects the city to the Palace of Venaria, Turin Caselle airport and the Lanzo valleys.