This is a tourist reactivation project for the local economy of the upper Brembana valley, within the territory of the Municipality of Piazzatorre, located on a plateau with a slight facing south and a broad panorama in front. The place is 1 hour and half from Milan and less than an hour from Bergamo
airport, next to the famous thermal town of San Pellegrino. The redevelopment of the formers Genovese colony, a historic building of the early twentieth century, is expected, with the
transformation into a multi-purpose tourist accommodation facility whose volume will include services for culture, education, well-being and recreation. In addition to those, the village of sport surrounds the existing structure and is spread over a large meadow area of almost thirteen thousand square meters at an altitude contained within a thousand meters and therefore suitable for all age groups. This intervention is combined with the constructions of a complex in green building.
Piazzatorre is a municipality in the Province of Bergamo in the Italian region of Lombardy, located about 70 kilometers northeast of Milan and about 35 kilometers north of Bergamo.
The first tourist member of the upper class of Milan began to arrive in Piazzatorre at the beginning of 20th century. Until the 1940s of the past century there was only summer tourism but
due to the development of Torcole Ski Area winter tourism began in Piazzatorre.
1.370 sqm residential; 3.500 sqm: touristic; 620 sqm commercial
Hospitality/Tourism, Residential, Education and Training, Commercial/Retail, Entertainment, Student Housing, Medical facilities, Hospitals, Nursing Homes
Investors, Developers, Operators, Final users
Redevelopment, Restauro, Nuovo progetto, Demolition and reconstruction, Urban regeneration and development, Gestione
Sales, Partnership, concessione, Location
immovable value € 1.500.000,00 - investment € 15.000.000,00- required capital € 10.000.000,00
sale 2.500,00 €/mq - rent 100,00 € /mq/year
historical building, exemplary model, excellent exposure, panoramic views