The clubs indicate that the licensing process will be completed by 2023. Works are scheduled for completion on July 31, 2030
There is important news about this For the future of Inter Stadium and Milan. Corriere della Sera in fact mentioned the report presented by the two clubs on the future of the Milan plant, between the project and the value of the investment: “The surprise goes to page 98 of the technical report where you talk about demolitions” of the stadium, for which – I respect the previous proposal – Complete demolition is expected and no longer part maintenanceWhere “Stadio” stands for San Siro. No traces, no restart. If not clear enough, the concept repeats after a few pages.” Contrary to the previous suggestion, no traces from the current “Gi Meazza” stadium will be subject to preservation. and renewal.”
“This design solution – reads the report – significantly reduces the impact of the previous proposal on urban features by ensuring an appropriate state of balance between new and existing buildings.”
The teams’ updated file arrives in Rome to start the public debate. Besides the “interim” update of the economic and financial plan (to be finalized at a later stage of the administrative procedure), there is also an update of the multi-purpose sector business which was set with a volume index of 0.35 (difference wanted 0.51) drops to 98,321 square meters of total area ( up from 145,000). Reducing the clubs reluctantly accepted.”
The newspaper then mentioned the costs and details of the project:Investment does not change: 1.2 billion euros. This is because in addition to the decrease in construction, the teams estimate an increase in revenue of 120.4 million euros, of which 80 are from the stadiums sector and 40 from the multi-purpose sector. “Excluding match days – reads updated file – additional revenue compared to the current situation is 80 million for both teams.” However, a caveat remains: “We cannot exclude that further ‘external’ influences on the direction of costs or on demand may change the situation by demanding compensatory measures aimed at rebalancing the project’s sustainability.”
This is what Milan and Inter have to achieve in a multi-purpose sector. Of the three towers shown in the previous master plans, only one remains, which will house the two clubs’ operational headquarters for most districts. It will be a 17-storey office tower building with a height of 87 meters, a conference center of 4 thousand square meters, 12 meters high, and a shopping center of 68 thousand square meters on three levels overlooking Desi Avenue. On the rooftop of the mall, a 9,000 m² recreational space, a 2,700 m² sports museum, and a 1,300 m² sports activities center will be established that will host an urban running course.
The area currently occupied by San Siro has been reconfigured as a sports area with the creation of a green area (more than 50,000 meters will be deep), equipped with playing and sports areas. To create all works (new stadium and sector) 80 months of work are expected. The teams assume the start of works on January 1, 2024 “to ensure that the Patroclus Tunnel is open to traffic for the 2026 Winter Olympics and that local roads are freed from the flow of traffic.” To do this, the clubs are indicating that the licensing process will end by 2023. The works are due to close on July 31, 2030‘ concludes Coursera.
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