San Vigilio 1 is a building with excellent visibility located in the south area of Milan not far from the Famagosta M2 underground station, which connects with all metro and railway lines of Milan and with connections to Malpensa airport.
Adjoined to the underground station there is a large public car parking and a newly built Esselunga.
Viale Famagosta grant an easy access to the West ring road of Milan and to the Milan-Genoa motorway.
The complex of Via San Vigilio 1 in Milan bears the imprint of Giò Ponti: designed in 1972, it consists of two buildings: A (high body) and B (low body).
Building A is a ten-storey above-ground office tower and a basement for archives and services, which is directly connected with the conference center.
Building B, however, consists of two floors above ground: the ground floor is intended for commercial activities, while the first floor is for the offices.
The recent redevelopment of the Via San Vigilio 1 building has focused on environmental sustainability: the new systems, facades and architectural enrichment have allowed the Milanese complex to obtain the LEED Gold certification for energy efficiency.
San Vigilio 1 is a bulding complex of around 12,000 sqm.
It is composed mainly of two buildings inserted within a green area of 6,300 sqm, with the possibility of hosting a restaurant with terrace, a basement of around 1,000 sqm of spaces for auditoriums, conference rooms and a decent number of parking spaces.
Building A: PT-9 floor 7,818 sqm of offices
basement 1,048 sqm of archives
conference center 1.000 sqm
Building B: 1 whole floor 864 sqm of offices
Ground floor 620 sqm for retail (restaurant)
Basement 570 sqm for warehouse and services