The property, for logistical use, is located in Trento's freight terminal, which is an important transport interchange hub to access Central and Northern European markets. It is part of the Trans-European high speed rail network called the Berlin-Palermo high-speed rail corridor. The strategically interesting property contains a railway terminal, car park, customs services, goods storage warehouses, offices, hotels, restaurants and conference centre.
The property, for wholesale commercial and/or logistical use, consists of a single floor covering 2,308 m², with a maximum height of 14 m and an average height of 13.10 m. The building includes bathrooms and operating office and an external area of 650 m². The building in question, with optical fibre network, is located on the side facing Via Innsbruck.
Trentino is a land of extraordinary beauty, in a north-eastern region of Italy, located in the heart of the Alps. Trento (117,314 inhabitants) is one of the best Italian cities in terms of quality of life, with its high level of services and security, a safe urban environment that offers many cultural activities, good professional opportunities and a dynamic economy open to innovation and foreign markets. The economic fabric consists of mainly small to mid-sized companies, about 49,000 operational companies (almost 10 for every 100 inhabitants), from the ICT sector, to mechanics, agricultural and food industry, green building and wood working companies. The property is located inside Trento’s transport interchange hub, that covers a surface of 100 hectares, 6.5 km from the city centre. The logistical and office complex was built in a strategic area, close to the “Trento Nord” exit of the A-22 Brennero motorway, the Valsugana S.S. 47 road and the Lavis S.P 235 provincial ring road. The presence of the railway terminal and controlled car parking render the structure an extraordinarily important transport interchange hub to transport and store goods, connecting ports and freight terminals of Northern and Southern Europe.