The real estate complex consists of a main building and a smaller building used as power plant. Eligible functions: outpatient clinic center.
Full ownership is sold through public call with the telematic auction system “RAN”, which is the platform of the National Council of Notaries.
DEADLINE OF THE NOTICE: 13TH OF OCTOBER 2023.
The complex was built in the late Eighties as policlinic centre of the ASL Avellino 2, and consists of a detached building with a large outdoor area used for pedestrian walkways, internal roads, and green areas. The complex consists of a main building rand a smaller building used as power plant, for a total area of 27.165,00 sqm.
The main building, currently unused, is made of four floors above ground, and is composed as follows.
Five bodies, different but connected to each other with three floors for a total area of about 13,000 sqm, also equipped with indoor parking outside the building’s perimeter, along the bank of the river Sabato.
Since the transfer of ASL to the new headquarter in Via Manfredi and of Arpac to Avellino, the large building remained closed to the public. There were projects to use it as temporary headquarter of the Court of Avellino or as branch for university courses, but such projects were not realised, despite its central location, a few steps from Via Fiume and Contrada Santissimo, and its modern, wide structure, equipped with indoor parking.
Atripalda is a town in the province of Avellino.
Atripalda can be reached by car through highway A16 Naples-Bari, exiting at Avellino Est, then taking the Circumvallazione Sud (SS 7Bis) in the direction of Avellino, until Atripalda. To reach Via Tiratore, exit at the third cross street (Via Cesinali) from the SS 7Bis Variante Est.
Atripalda can be reached by plane as follows:
Atripalda can be also reached by train. Avellino railway station is at about 1,4 km, with bus service.