End of works of €400 million Tower of the Lombardy Regional Council celebrated (IT)

The 161-meter high skyscraper (39 floors and 4 underground floors) designed by the American architects Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, in cooperation with the Milanese Architect Paolo Caputo, is Italy's tallest building. The building is located in the business district close to the Central Railway Station of Milan.


The new Tower is Italy's tallest building.

The global surface area is 195,000 m². The "core" of the Tower is the covered central plaza of 4,000 m².

Construction started in 2007, by a Consortium led by Impregilo, in cooperation with Infrastrutture Lombarde, the "technical arm" of Lombardy Region. It will house the various departments of the Lombardy Regional Council currently scattered throughout Milan. The move will take place during summer.

The investment is €400 million.

Source: Paola G. Lunghini

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