Property of 3,000 square meters. approximately, located in via Sumatra 12, characterized by a strong recognition and identity, due to the careful recovery of its industrial image (formerly "Intonaci Terranova"), enjoys great visibility being located in the Stephenson area close to the motorway junction that flows into on viale Certosa.
The structural characteristics of the building as well as the internal heights create an ideal space for car or motorcycle dealerships, outlets and activities with showrooms. The building is characterized by three buildings with different architectural features, all with skylights on the roof that guarantee a splendid zenith lighting. The three buildings surround a large internal courtyard with the vocation of "Dehor".
Opposite the “Terranova” multifunctional complex, there is the large car park built by MM for EXPO 2015, at the same time as the underpass that leads to east Milan through the urban road system. The car park, heavily lit with public LED lighting and softened by plants of various species, has 500 parking spaces as well as spaces for motorcycles.
The Stephenson area is an area affected by an important renovation and redevelopment project, where commercial (Multiplex UCI), industrial, artisan, offices (Harley Davidson, Schneider Electric, Bouygues E&S InTec etc.), residential and hotel (Hotel Voco), in close proximity to the former Expo area, which is undergoing significant development.
The “Terranova” Multifunctional Complex, in via Sumatra 12, enjoys immediate access to the entire northern motorway network of the city (A4 TO-VE, A8 MI-VA and Tangenziale Ovest) and through the V.le Certosa / C axis. so Sempione it is possible to enter the high-speed road network to easily reach the city center.
Via SUMATRA, 12 | Milan
DISTANCES FROM THE STRATEGIC POINTS
Milan Town center
Milan Airport Linate
Milan Airport Malpensa
Rho Fiera Milano
Milan City Fair
West ring road access
Access Motorways A4-A8
MEANS OF TRANSPORT TO THE AREA
Railway link: Stz. Charterhouse
Tram: 1, 12
Bus: 35, 40