The site dates back to the 60s and is known as “ex CFP Verona” located on the north-west outskirts of the city, at the junction between Via Belgio and Via dell’Industria, in the city’s exhibition area (South Entrance) that attracts thousands of visitors every year. It’s already structured as a training centre and is in good condition but has not been used in over 5 years. The uses permitted by the urban planners are connected to education, training and similar activities.
The property is located in the exhibition area and was built as a school, with a regular layout and six floors above ground. There are boiler rooms, archives and storage rooms in the basement, while the school rooms, the administrative office, the management office and laboratories are on the ground, first, second and third floors. Each floor has bathrooms and is connected by internal staircases and by a lift, and by an external fire escape. From an urban point of view, the area is included in the productive area of the historic ZAI (Industrial Agricultural Area), context II. The estate has a surface area of 2.540, the ground area is about 473 m², while the overall Slp is 1.931 m² (the volume above ground is about 5.448 mc).
The site is located on the north-west outskirts of Verona (pop. 257.353), head town of the province with the same name (pop. 921.557), 2nd municipality in the Venetian region for resident population, an economic-productive centre of remarkable importance, a popular tourist hub that attracts visitors from all over the globe. The city is on the banks of the Adige River, near Lake Garda, and has been declared part of the World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 2000. The urban structure and architecture represent a city which has been developing since the 1st century a.C., integrating artistic elements of remarkable historic-archaeological interest from different historic periods. Verona’s fair is an important pole located at the south entrance of the city and hosts important events, such as the Horse Fair and Vinitaly. The city is connected by an extended road and motorway system (A-4 motorway Serenissima Milan – Venice and the A-22 Brenner-Modena, reaching the bypass by following the A-4). The main railway station is Verona Porta Nuova, placed at the junction between the Milan-Venice line and the Brenner-Rome one, with connections with all the main railway stations of Italy. Verona Villafranca’s airport “Valerio Catullo” (with 2.800.000 passengers in 2016) is about 10 km south-west from the city centre.