Less than two years after Expo closing, a master plan that focuses on innovation and research and redesigns the entire area has been approved . Arexpo, the public company responsible to manage the area,announced that the winner has been the consortium led by the Australians Lendlease. They will pay Arexpo 671 million euros for managing the 99-year concession that in 2017 will become 2 billion if considering the expected inflation. Another 2 billion euros are the investments that the Australian giant will have to do to carry on with the works without including public functions. A "green city", according to the vision of the landscape designer Andrea Kipar, "a park to live 24 hours a day" with 460,000 square meters of greenery and pools, but also an innovative city where to find self-driving cars and a lot of research.