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Old November 27th, 2016, 07:03 PM   #1
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MILAN - Santa Giulia Arena (15,000)

Santa Giulia Arena


Santa Giulia Arena (15,000 seats) is expected to be built in Milan's Rogodero neighborhood.
It will be used for indoor sports (basketball, volleyball, tennis, etc.) as well as for shows, cultural events, music concerts.


The arena will have a highly flexible space: indeed, its infrastructure is planned and designed to ensure rapid, efficient turnover. This will ensure efficient management of events. The arena will be equipped with commercial services that will be open every day of the week for most of the day, ensuring that the area remains vibrant even in the evening.


The position of Santa Giulia Arena will facilitate strong integration with the area's commercial facilities, entertainment and residential areas, services, museum and the adjacent 380,000 sqm park, thereby generating mutual benefits.

The appeal of Santa Giulia Arena will increase the number of visitors to the retail pedestrian areas (dedicated mainly to design and interior furnishing, with showrooms, artisanal boutiques and art galleries), interspersed by restaurants, bars and cafés with outdoor seating, so that different times of day can be fully enjoyed. At same time the retail opportunities and the proximity to the park will enrich the experience of attending events at the arena (pre/post-event).


How to reach Santa Giulia Arena?
The proximity of the project to major road and public transport infrastructure represents a strong competitive advantage. The newly planned infrastructure will complete and strengthen the infrastructure system in the south-eastern part of the metropolitan area.

Connections with the road network of Milan's metropolitan area will be multi-faceted. The connection to the motorway system is direct and via Milan's East Ring-Road (Mecenate, Paullese and Rogoredo exits). Connection to the city centre is guaranteed by an underground extension of the Paullese main road towards Piazzale Cuoco and Piazzale Bologna. Lastly, over-land connections complete the system with the urban road network of neighbouring districts.

A dedicated access system and ample underground parking will facilitate efficient, fluid traffic management, while limiting disruption to residential areas and to the neighbourhood’s internal road network.

The solution adopted for public transport involves different and integrated hierarchical levels:
* AV – high speed train, with rapid, efficient links to Italy's main cities (Turin 50 mins., Bologna 50 mins., Rome 3h 20 mins).
* Suburban public transport with Rogoredo station (MM3, S1, S2, S13 and S14) and Forlanini station (MM4, S5, S6 and S9), which connect to the subway system.
* The extension of the no. 27 tramway line, which will complete the local public transport network in south-eastern Milan, connecting Rogoredo station (MM3, S1, S2, S13 and S14) with Forlanini station (MM4, S5, S6 and S9).

The whole area will be served by cycle routes connected to those in the urban park, along with bike sharing and car sharing stations, to respond to the needs of all residents and visitors.
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Old November 27th, 2016, 07:05 PM   #2
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Bellissimo.
Grazie IThomas!
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Old November 27th, 2016, 09:17 PM   #3
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Reminds me of Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.
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Old November 27th, 2016, 10:22 PM   #4
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Indeed. And just like there, and also as proposed for the AS Roma stadium, a large city development is part of the plans for this new arena. Looks good to me.
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Old November 27th, 2016, 10:25 PM   #5
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The masterplan has been conceived by Norman Foster... but at moment I have not found more info about the arena
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Old June 4th, 2017, 11:50 PM   #6
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Lend Lease Group signed a contract to invest up to €940 million for the construction of the whole project, which includes the Santa Giulia Arena (see PDF, in Italian).
Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG) might be involved in the operation for the Santa Giulia Arena only.

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Nice rip off of the SSE Hydro in Glasgow in the OPs second photo.

If Milan can get a good quality arena, it would be a major attraction to the city as there is not too many quality modern music venues around Italy and the rest of Europe to that fact (with exemptions to Germany) make larger European tours viable. Its the amount of foreign folk i see at the SSE Hydro from across Europe as they don't really get the chance to see the bands/artists that come through the UK.

I hope it all comes together as id like to see Milan on more tour posters/t shirts.
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Oak View Group (OVG) has teamed up with Live Nation to build and operate a major new sports and entertainment arena in the Santa Giulia area of Milan, Italy.

OVG said that a Heads of Terms agreement had been penned with property company Risanamento and Lendlease, which are developing the district, to construct and operate the new arena.

Confirmation of the privately-funded venue comes just three months after the launch of the OVG International division, which is based in London, with the Santa Giulia venue set to be the venue development, advisory and investment company’s first project outside the US.

The arena is slated to play a central role as the host of the ice hockey competition at the 2026 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games if the showpiece is awarded to Milan-Cortina d’Ampezzo later this year, with Stockholm-Åre in Sweden providing the rival bid.

Reports in Italy have suggested that the venue could have a capacity of between 15,000 and 17,000 seats, although when contacted by TheStadiumBusiness.com today (Monday), OVG said that it would not be releasing any further information at this stage.

OVG co-founder and chief executive Tim Leiweke said: “We’re delighted to announce our first European partnership, bringing a state-of-the-art entertainment facility to Milan.

“The new arena will be an exciting addition for the city and an important part of hosting what would be an inspiring 2026 Winter Olympics.

“Oak View Group and Live Nation have years of experience working together and are the ideal partners to deliver and run the Santa Giulia Arena.

“We’re looking forward to working with Risanamento and Lendlease as part of their major regeneration project, and to announcing more European partnerships soon.”

Since its establishment in 2015, OVG has undertaken major arena development projects at the Key Arena in Seattle, Belmont in New York and the University of Texas in Austin.
https://www.thestadiumbusiness.com/2...an-arena-deal/
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Good news! Oak View is legit, they're led by Tim Leiweke who spearheaded the Staples Center and huge LA Live project in Los Angeles, and OVG is currently deep into construction on the renovated Key Arena in Seattle:






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But people at the 4th stage what the **** are gone there ... Better watch the match on TV ...
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But people at the 4th stage what the **** are gone there ... Better watch the match on TV ...
Well, they are definitely not the best seats in the venue, but the basketball player in the render are not in correct scale.

I have been some times in Madison Square Garden NY and in former Verizon Center in Washington.
Since NBA costs are quite high, I often get the highest (and cheapest) seats, with the only plus of being in the lateral longer stand.
You'll be surprised on the reasonable good view you have from there, basketball players are huge!

On the other hand, I tried to have a look at a NHL game, almost impossible to understand anything...
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