Office complex, consisting of two connected buildings , developed within a private and fenced area.

The building, characterized by an elegant and highly representative image, has recently been completely renovated in the internal surfaces and in the systems.

99 seats auditoriom for common use and the entrance will be renovated with an exclusive lounge area/cafeteria.

Historic center of the city behind Piazza Missori and close to Corso Italia; urban context of mixed tertiary and prestigious residential type.

Excellent accessibility with public transport: M3 (yellow line) "Missori" stop a few meters away, tram lines n. 19, 16, 2, 1, 27, 24, 12, 15 and 14.

The nearby Corso Italia guarantees easy connection to the ring road.

Use Floor Sqm
Office Fifth 220
Office First 280
Office Ground 450
Total  950

Raised Floors
Suspended ceilings
Reception 24H
Bar
Shared meeting rooms
Auditorium

Description:

Office complex, consisting of two connected buildings , developed within a private and fenced area.

The building, characterized by an elegant and highly representative image, has recently been completely renovated in the internal surfaces and in the systems.

99 seats auditoriom for common use and the entrance will be renovated with an exclusive lounge area/cafeteria.

Location:

Historic center of the city behind Piazza Missori and close to Corso Italia; urban context of mixed tertiary and prestigious residential type.

Excellent accessibility with public transport: M3 (yellow line) "Missori" stop a few meters away, tram lines n. 19, 16, 2, 1, 27, 24, 12, 15 and 14.

The nearby Corso Italia guarantees easy connection to the ring road.

Property Details:
Use Floor Sqm
Office Fifth 220
Office First 280
Office Ground 450
Total  950
Services:

Raised Floors
Suspended ceilings
Reception 24H
Bar
Shared meeting rooms
Auditorium

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