MESTRE, FORMER CA.RI.VE.
The building called "Ex Ca.Ri.Ve." is located in Piazzetta Giordano Bruno 7, in the historic center of Mestre in a central position in the city, adjacent to Piazza Ferretto (the main square of Mestre), and close to the Clock Tower. The surrounding urban context is predominantly residential and commercial. In a central position it is easily reachable from the main suburban and motorway roads.
There is a bus stop in the immediate surroundings and the public transport hub of Piazzale Cialdini is 400 meters away.
Total internal surface: approximately 3245.00 sqm;
Surface uncovered: approximately 260.00 sqm.
The building, built in the early 60s, consists of two buildings of four floors above ground and one underground, intersecting each other at 45 °, of which the one facing via San Rocco is larger than the other overlooking a courtyard of relevance. Pedestrian and vehicular access is via San Rocco, facing the Piazzetta G. Bruno. In the basement, whose dimensions are smaller than the tops above, there are the technical rooms, on the ground floor, larger than all other floors, there is a garage of about 360 square meters while the three floors above are equal between their. The load-bearing structure of the building is mainly made of reinforced concrete, the floors are in brick and the pitched roof consists of a roof tile. The external windows are in metal, the internal flooring is part in marble and partly in floating flooring. There is a relevant overdraft with access from via San Rocco. The state of maintenance as a whole is to be considered discrete. In the planning stage, any extensions are to be agreed with the Municipal Administration by applying the Law. No. 14 of 2009 (so called “House Plan”).
D.Lgs. 42/2004 art.157 (Archaeological risk areas).
The property at present is free.
●Value estimation by the owner Institution
●Use destination according to Plan regulations