The 'Prati Alti Village ski and nature ' project covers a 93,000 sqm area that is placed 1650m asl and barycentrically with respect to the built-up areas of Ponte Di Legno and the Tonale Pass.
The area is part of the Regional Adamello Park and, more precisely, it is located within the Adamello Ski District.
The area is highly esteemed and characterized by great naturalness given the vast meadows, the centuries-old forests as well as the mountain groups Adamello and Ortles Cevedale that surround them.
Ponte di Legno is an Italian Municipality of 1,729 inhabitants in Val Camonica, province of Brescia. Situated at the confluence of the two source rivers of the Oglio, Ponte di Legno is the uppermost comune of Valle Camonica. The municipality of Ponte di Legno offers many attractions and possibilities to carry out numerous activities immersed in nature, such as fascinating outdoor trips, mountain bike excursions, rock climbing and great crossings on glaciers is guaranteed in all seasons of the year.
In winter time Ponte di Legno is one of the most important ski resorts in Lombardy, equipped with about 100 kilometers of ski slopes with artificial snow and thirty ski lifts.
Tourist/Receptive destination (Hotel) 6.910,00 sqm GFA (50.15%)
Commecial destination 928,90 sqm GFA (6.74%)
Residential destination 5.939,19 sqm GFA (43,11%)
Turistico/Ricettivo, Residenziale, Commerciale/Vendita al dettaglio
Investors, Final users
Nuovo progetto, Rigenerazione urbana e sviluppo
Land € 14.500.000
Total amount of the investment (land +building costs + charges +technical expenses) € 75.000.000.
*The above-mentioned costs might vary according to the finishes effectively requested by the investor.
Estimated value of the residential area € 8.000,00/10.000,00 per square metre
Tourist/Receptive area (return on investment within 15 years)
Commercial area (return on investment within 15 years)
The 'Prati Alti Village ski and nature ' project covers a 93,000 sqm area that is placed 1650m asl and barycentrically with respect to the built-up areas of Ponte Di Legno and the Tonale Pass. It is located within the Adamello Park and it borders on the Stelvio Park.
It is located within the Adamello Ski District.
It is on the Cycle Route from Munich to Milan.