And the value of the artworks can’t be lower than 1% of the price paid for the land lot
A raised platform for the new Loreto Square
A garden on several levels, with a staircase that flies over the traffic and leads to a green platform 10 meters high, creating below 9 thousand square meters of shops and services with a system of concentric circles that goes down to the mezzanine of the subway station.
This will be Milan in 2030, with a completely new Loreto square. This is, for the moment, the suggestion that the Municipality is working on to redevelop a huge space that has been waiting for some time. Loreto along with five other city-entry squares, from Lotto to Corvetto to Maciachini, are identified as key places for change. The call for redevelopment will be launched in the first half of 2020.
Source: Municipality of Milan
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