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Offices | Milan & Rome Q1 2021

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Rome shows take-up volumes in line with 2020, while in Milan they fell by 38%.


In the first three months of the year, take up activity in Rome was in line with 2020 but at levels that were already low, as often happens at the beginning of the year in the Capital. The largest transactions were the 4.000 m2 purchased by IBL Banca in Via Boncompagni and the 4.100 m2 acquired by Gamenet in Via Aldobrandeschi.

On the other hand, take up volume in Milan fell by 38%. Some large transactions have been recorded, such as the 10.800 sqm bought by Cattolica in Via Pisani and the 9.600 sqm leased by Bottega Veneta in Piazza San Fedele instead, there were no smaller size deals, under 1.000 sqm.


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Offices | Milan & Rome Q1 2021

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