Adjacent to Milano City Village, a recently developed area, lay the old Ex-Plasmon factory, which has been leveled and reclaimed for over a year now. There are plans to develop a “Mixed Use” real estate complex in this location. Last year, AbitareIn, the owner of the area, sold the development project at via Giovanni Cadolini 26 to Supernova. The project at via Cadolini covers an area of approximately 31,000 square meters of gross floor area, not far from the Scalo Porta Romana area, which will become the future Olympic Village.
Prior to the sale, AbitareIn had been actively involved in development activities since 2018, both in terms of urban planning with the construction of Milano City Village and in terms of environmental remediation. The site was heavily polluted, characterized by large abandoned former industrial buildings for years, with a significant presence of various contaminants as well as asbestos.
The regeneration of the area includes strategic functions within the context, featuring a functional mix comprising office space, hotels, residential units, commercial spaces, and parking facilities. The project proposes a series of district buildings that encourage multifunctional spaces, connecting two ends of the site and introducing a new passage from via Cadolini to a new central square with links to via Tacito. This creates a connected system of open and public spaces that interact with the future connections of the area, particularly the redevelopment of the FS station.