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    CityLife Development

    Milan, September 2017

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    Agenda

    01 The project

    02 Residences

    03 Business & Shopping District

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    CityLife project at a glance

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    A MAJOR EUROPEAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT CityLife is the new district of Milan currently under develop in the area previously occupied by the historic Fiera Milano exhibition complex. CityLife covers an overall area of 366,000 square meters (for reference the area on which Canary Wharf London is 285,000 sqm wide). The development company is 100% owned by Generali Group.

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    AT THE BEGINNING - 1963

    Milano Fair Area: past, present and future

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    YESTERDAY - 2012

    Milano Fair Area: past, present and future

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    TOMORROW

    Milano Fair Area: past, present and future

    Velodromo Vigorelli

    Palazzo delle Scintille

    Congress Centre MICO

    Fieramilanocity

    Business & Shopping District 3 office towers for 130,000 sqm GLA

    and 9-10,000 workstations Isozaki Tower (202 m) by 2015 Hadid Tower (170 m) by 2017 Libeskind Tower (172 m) by 2019

    30,000 sqm and more than 100 shops, restaurants and services by 2018

    Libeskind Residences 5 buildings

    From 4 to 13 floors 307 apartments delivered in 2013

    Hadid Residences 7 buildings

    From 5 to 13 floors 229 Apartments delivered in 2013

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    Before the demolition Masterplan of the project

    AN INNOVATIVE PROJECT FOR MILAN The area, no longer used for exhibitions, was separated by a wall from the rest of the urban fabric and it is being transformed into a mixed-use scheme connected with the city with a balanced mix of public and private functions, including residences, offices, shopping, services, green areas and public spaces.

    Milano Fair Area: past, present and future

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    CityLife: the architects

    THE ARCHITECTS CityLife SpA is the company engaged in the redevelopment of the former historic district of Fiera Milano. The company is managed and coordinated by Assicurazioni Generali, which holds 100% stake in it.

    Zaha Hadid is an Iraqi-British architect, winner of the Pritzker Prize in 2004.

    Daniel Libeskind is a Polish American architect, artist, and set designer.

    Arata Isozaki - Japanese architect - worked under Kenzo Tange before establishing his firm .

    Mauro Galantino Italian architect and professor in Paris, Losanna and Venice

    Neil Porter English architect specialized in design, landscape and urban planning

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    A STRATEGIC POSITION Located in one of Milans most prestigious residential areas, CityLife is a short distance from the old city center. It is connected to an efficient public transport network, with the Tre Torri station of new metro line 5 in its central square

    Location

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    CityLife Park

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    THE THIRD LARGEST PARK IN THE CENTRE OF MILAN After Sempione Park (Parco Sempione) and the Porta Venezia Gardens (Giardini di Porta Venezia), the CityLife public park, with a total area of 170,000 square meters, is the first park of this size currently underway in the center of Milan.

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    Area pedonale CityLife

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    THE LARGEST CAR FREE AREA IN MILAN Cycling and walking paths, play areas and rest areas create a highly liveable zone in the centre of Milan. A cycle and pedestrian path crosses the area from east to west, connecting Parco Sempione to Monte Stella. Broad avenues lead from the residences to the centre of the district where to find shops, bars and restaurants overlooking the park.

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    Agenda

    01 The project

    02 Residences

    03 Business & Shopping District

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    CityLife Residences

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    THE BIGGEST RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN ITALY CityLife has already built 530 apartments and it has a development program that foresees 1,000 apartments in total for 145,000 sqm SLP.

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    CityLife Residences

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    ONE OF THE MOST CUTTING EDGE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS IN ITALY Residents can drive home in total comfort along an innovative system of underground circular roads connecting every building and providing direct access to the lobby. A centralized monitoring system, active 24/7, keeps watch over pedestrian and vehicular routes, and the common areas.

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    Agenda

    01 Il progetto

    02 Business & Shopping District

    03 Shopping District

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    CityLife Business District

    A BUSINESS DISTRICT IN THE HEART OF THE CITY The business towers occupy a strategic location in Milan between the city center and the new Fiera. 130,000 sqm offices easily accessible from both the two city airports and the motorway network, outside of the Area C, with more than 1,000 underground parking spaces and dedicated stop on the new metro line 5.

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    Isozaki Tower

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    TORRE ISOZAKI: ITALYS TALLEST BUILDING 202 meters and 50 floors high, the office tower designed by Arata Isozaki with Andrea Maffei, is inspired by the endless column of Constantin Brancusi, with a module of six floors of curved faade that can be repeated endlessly into the sky

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    TORRE ISOZAKI

    Destination: offices Height: 202 meters for 50 floors Total leasable area (GLA): 58,300 sqm 380 dedicated underground parking spaces Average floor area: about 1,000 sqm Maximum capacity: 3,800 people Pre-certification LEED GOLD obtained End of construction: 2015 Progress of the work: completion of finishes and implants and start of tests (1 January 2015)

    Isozaki Tower

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    Torre Hadid

    TORRE HADID

    Destination: offices Height: 170 meters for 44 floors Total leasable area (GLA): 51,200 sqm 390 dedicated underground parking spaces Average floor area: about 1,100 sqm Maximum capacity: 3,200 people Pre-certification LEED GOLD obtained End of construction: 2017 Progress of the work: structures of underground floors (1 January 2015)

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    Torre Libeskind

    TORRE LIBESKIND

    Destination: offices Height: 172 meters for 30 floors Total leasable area (GLA): 38,500 sqm 220 dedicated underground parking spaces Average floor area: about 1,100 sqm Maximum capacity: 2,700 people Pre-certification LEED GOLD obtained End of construction: 2019 Progress of the work: assignment of excavation works (1 January 2015)

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    Agenda

    01 Il progetto

    02 Business & Shopping District

    03 Shopping District

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    CityLife Shopping District Main facts

    MAIN FACTS

    30,000 sqm GLA About 100 shops 1,000 underground parking spaces dedicated 900 public parking spaces nearby 20 bar and restaurant 60 brands in the fashion mall of which 12 middle sized shops between 300 sqm and 1,900 sqm 1 cinema for 1,200 seats 9-10,000 people in the three office towers 1 supermarket of 1,600 sqm 1 gym of 2,000 sqm 8 Mln estimated visitors per year

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    CityLife Shopping District - Concept

    CITYLIFE SHOPPING DISTRICTS CONCEPT The CityLife Shopping District is made of three interconnecting areas: the indoor Fashion Mall design by Zaha Hadid and at the foot of the Hadid Tower, the Leisure area composed by the Cinema and the Restaurants Garden facing the Park, and the Spazio Urbano (Urban space) that offer services, a supermarket and a gym.

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    CityLife Shopping District access and parking

    Tre Torri

    Taxi drop off

    Public parking P2 400 spaces

    Public parking P1 500 spaces

    In/out to the underground road towards the private parking

    The Shopping District will be reached in complete comfort thanks to the new Tre Torri metro line 5 station in the central square. The taxis will be the only vehicles admitted above ground, with a taxi drop off next to the central square. The area will be completely pedestrian, with a variety of foot and cycle paths and the total absence of traffic above ground.

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    CityLife Shopping District - progress of the work

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    TODAY aerial view of Piazza Tre Torri

    THE BIGGEST BUSINESS AND SHOOPING DISTRICT UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN THE CENTER OF MILAN Works are in progress to offer a new shopping experience in the green of Milans third city park. The center will have a large square on two levels, a covered gallery with quality shops, a hall for musical performances, restaurants and bars with outdoors overlooking the park and an open-air promenade between the shops. The CityLife Shopping District aims to become the new must for Milan shopping, just a short distance to the biggest Congress Centre in Europe, the MI.CO. with 18,000 seats capacity.

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    The first part of the Shopping District in already unde