PORTO MARGHERA, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PARK – GATE OF INNOVATION
The Science and Technology Park is a complex of buildings, partly newly built and partly radically restored, located in what was once the “First Industrial Zone” of Porto Marghera. The recovery process began about twenty years ago, due to the disposal of part of the production activities that were located there.
The area was chosen as a starting point for the regeneration of the entire industrial area as it is the closest to Mestre and ideal for a redesign with an "urban" image with buildings for research laboratories, offices and leisure.
The Science and Technology Park is placed in front of the main State road that connects the ancient historical center of Venice with the mainland. It is well connected with frequent buses and the "Porto Marghera" railway station is connected with a pedestrian underpass.
Floor area of the main building: approximately 4380 square meters
Floor area of the technological services tower: approximately 520 square meters
The building called "Gate of innovation" was built in the 1920s in rationalist style. In the 90s the interior was radically renovated to transform it into offices and conference rooms, while the original architecture of the facade was preserved.
Legislative Decree 42/2004 art.157 (Areas at archaeological risk of the Venice Lagoon)
ENAC approved air navigation
-Area subject to limitation for the construction of wind farms
-Area subject to limitation for the construction of landfills or sources for attracting wildlife
- Constraint area relating to obstacles for air navigation - external horizontal surface
Seismic constraint O.P.C.M. n. 3274/2003.
It is currently used for university classrooms and offices.
●Value estimation by the owner institution
●Use destination according to Plan regulations
The Detailed Urban Plan of the Science and Technology Park in Porto Marghera approved with Resolution of the CC n. 199 of 23.09.1996 - and subsequent variations - provides, in summary:
-Tertiary productive activities;
-Secondary productive activities;
-Public and private car parks;