Milan, Via Marco Aurelio
“Milan’s most diverse art district.”
The property is located in the typically residential urban fabric of the Nolo neighborhood, “North of Loreto,” at the center of the triangle formed by Viale Monza, Via Padova and the railroad, opposite Trotter Park.
The area, which has been involved in a major urban regeneration process in recent years, is well connected, thanks to buses 56 and 174 and the Pasteur stop on the M1 line of the Milan Metro.
The building covers almost an entire city block, as it faces three streets: in addition to Via Marco Aurelio, Via Giuseppe Giacosa and Via Pietro Crespi.
The property was built in the early 1970s and consists of six floors above ground and two basements. Its particularly extensive and complex floor plan consists of a plot of buildings following the perimeter of the lot mixed with other buildings rising perpendicularly, with various courtyards alternating between them.