Living Milan, in Porta Nuova

Porta Nuova represents a way of living in harmony with an international lifestyle, but with a strong link to the Milanese identity and tradition. A neighborhood composed of varied residential buildings, such as urban villas, courtyard buildings, townhomes, high rise buildings, such as the Bosco Verticale towers and the residential skyscrapers in Porta Nuova Varesine that overlook the park.

Bosco Verticale

Bosco Verticale

A place to take root

International Highrise Award 2014

International Highrise Award 2014

Best Tall Building Europe 2015

Best Tall Building Europe 2015

Best Tall Building Worldwide 2015

Best Tall Building Worldwide 2015

Icon of a new urban reforestation model and the requalification of Porta Nuova, Bosco Verticale, designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti and LEED Gold certified, is most certainly the most renowned symbol of green urban development.

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Residences

Commercial spaces

Public spaces

Green areas

Cultural spaces

Fitness

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Offices

LEED GOLD 24 certified buildings
Public Park 90,000 square meters
Pedestrian area 160,000 square meters

Porta Nuova Green

Sustainability and innovation in the heart of Milan

The Porta Nuova district represents the new face of an ever greener and more sustainable Milan. With its 27 buildings certified LEED Gold, Silver and Platinum and 2 WELL pre-certifications, Porta Nuova offers a real estate portfolio with state-of-the-art plant technologies that allow, in offices and residences alike, for a significant reduction in energy consumption. The use of Cradle-to-Cradle certified materials minimizes the ecological impact and improves the environmental performance of the buildings, for a 360-degree sustainable approach, which places people's well-being at its core.
Located in the area of the city that is most connected by public transport options, Porta Nuova is also an example of integration of sustainable mobility, thanks to more than 5 km of bike paths and a pedestrian area spanning 160,000 square metres that includes the Biblioteca degli Alberi park, the new green lung of Milan.

LEED GOLD

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Public Park

90,000

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Pedestrian area

160,000

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