27 October, Libero
The real estate project “Aurora, the new Milan experience” has completed two of the three buildings. The project implies the construction of 140 residences in three buildings, a 19-floor high building, a 5-storey building and a 6-storey one which will occupy an 11,200 Sq m surface. The location is one of the trendiest in Milan, CityLife, the neighbourhood which also accommodates FieraMilanoCity and which is gradually transforming into a residential area.
The name Aurora comes from the idea of renaissance of the area comprised between Via Silva, Viale Eginardo and Via Flavio Gioia. Parks and green spaces, terraces, design and innovative technologies are only a few of the elements that make the project unique. It’s not by chance that Aurora has already appealed several buyers. Just six months from its launch, 30% of the houses have been already sold. Before spring 2019, also the apartments of the third building will be put on the market. The buyers are for large part people from Milan and Turin, and those returning from abroad and looking for a new concept of living. But the buildings are special also for other reason. The architects Sonia Calzoni from Calzoni Architetti and Pierluigi Nicolin from Studio Nicolin, in fact, aimed at valorising the old city walls, keeping them and surrounding them with green spaces. A way to not forget the past while looking at the future.
The interiors are designed by Molteni&Co./Dada, thanks to an exclusive partnership with the world-popular iconic design brand. In addition, Aurora is the first construction site in Italy to feature Living Now, the new Bticino line combining aesthetic research and technologic innovation. The Aurora partners Värde Partners, Borio Mangiarotti and Sigest have opened a showroom in Viale Eginardo 15 to show the project.
Translator: Cristina Ambrosi