The quality of a city can be perceived within the first ten metres from the ground; avenues, squares and gardens compose the genetic code of Italian urban history.
Porta Nuova reconnects the streets of Milan that remained interrupted for years by extending the pedestrian area and giving particular attention to the urban furniture, outdoor lighting and to the social importance of public spaces.
The capital of Italian fashion and creativity and motor of Italian economy, Milan benefits from being a compact urban centre in which it is possible to reach many locations on foot.
Just a few minutes walk from Brera historic neighbourhood, Porta Nuova is a natural completion to the city centre.
The neighbourhood fits in with Milan’s cultural and commercial area through Corso Como and Corso Garibaldi, connecting with the historical shopping and design streets.
The new offices of the Region of Lombardy and Municipality of Milan transform Porta Nuova into the administrative and government centre.
The proximity with the Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli and Parco Sempione creates a link with the city green spaces.
By providing a connection among the various aspects of Milan, Porta Nuova becomes the international hub among social, cultural and economic life in the city.