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Current total gross floor area (mq):
State of Maintenance:
Requires renovation
Address: Via Vittorio Veneto 2-5
Zip: 40015
Country: Italia
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The former Siapa plant, which has long contributed to the development of the local community, occupies the area located within the Municipality of Galliera, part of the metropolitan conurbation of Bologna. The site is conveniently located only 10 km from the highway exit of A13 Bologna-Padua, which is connected with the A1 (Milan-Naples). The Galliera train station provides excellent connections with the cities of Ferrara and Bologna, with trains running hourly, and Bologna only 34 minutes away. The site comprises three groups of buildings and is characterized by wide open spaces, making it ideal for hosting a range of functions. Potential investments include university and student accommodation, research and healthcare facilities, and energy and agro-industry innovation. The area is suitable for production functions, offices, research and training facilities, as well as residential options for students and senior citizens, and welfare and social-health facilities.
Structure Distance in Km
Railway Station:0.2
Services (bus/tram):0.1
Freight terminal (interport):22

Strong interest of the public administration in the area valorisation.
• Near the railway and bus stations.
• Reclamation work already planned and financed.

Current state Area (mq)
Disused area: 194.000
To develop Area (mq)
The area can host production functions, offices, research and training facilities, residential for students and senior housing, welfare and social-health facilities.: 194.000
Available parking:

Current authorisation status
Approx. one year for obtaining the building permits

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