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Old October 25th, 2017, 10:46 PM   #1
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MILAN | Bonnet Tower | 75 m | 21 fl | U/C

Bonnet Tower

design > PLP Architecture
developer > Coima

Coima, the Italian real estate company, acquired a property in Porta Nuova district with an investment of 140 million euro. The complex comprises two buildings: an high-rise tower and a low-rise building. The tower was built in 1962 and it is close to Piazza Gae Aulenti, Corso Como, Milano Garibaldi station and new Feltrinelli building.

Coima will redevelop the buildings inside and outside. The project was developed by London-based firm PLP Architecture.

A third new building with plaza and panoramic roof will be built too. A new pedestrian path will connect the complex with the nearby high street retail areas.

The Landscape Commission already approved the project. Strip-out activities, demolition and excavation works will be completed over the next weeks.
Construction work is expected to begin in January 2018. When refurbished, the complex will host retail and tertiary activities.

You can be born in Milan or found yourself in it, by chance. And it feels like you’ve chosen it.

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