Even in this tricky period, Milan doen't stop thinking about the future.
And it does so by kicking-off the project to build the largest Italian spa in a large city, that is also the first CO2 zero emissions spa in Europe.
A contract has been signed for a project to redevelop the former de Montel stables in San Siro, which will be transformed into a thermal complex with baths, whirlpools, hammam, solarium, beauty area.
This as part of Reinventing Cities, the international call launched by Milan together with the network of green cities in order to regenerate abandoned and degraded sites,.
Four thermal baths outside. On the first floor there will be a large relaxation area while the second will host classrooms and meeting rooms available to neighborhood associations for debates and conferences.
The project aims to preserve the historic buildings of the stables, redevelop the Liberty decorations on the facades and use the presence of thermal waters in the subsoil to create the Terme di Milano.
Particular attention will be given to the public use of the area by creating a large urban park at discounted rates for the vulnerable people as well as for school groups, over 70 residents and a 50 percent reduction for people with severe disabilities.
Opening is scheduled for 2022.