161 – Office 2nd floor – 670 Sqm

Via dei Bossi, 4, 20121 Milano MI, Italia
€ 270.000/anno/yearOneri accessori Annual add. costs € 50.000/year
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Historical building in the economic and cultural center of downtown Milan. Its origin dates back to the Roman Empire that has left, inside and under the protection of cultural heritage, some vestiges. Later owned by the renowned Milan families of Sforza and Medici and house of the first Medici bank. The ornamental remains can be viewed in several city museums and in London.


The building went under major renovations in the mid 1980s by architect Toni Cordero with the supervision of the Cultural Heritage Association. At this time the building installed new and sophisticated heating and air conditioning systems, fire protection and video surveillance systems.


The complex consists of two buildings, the first has four floors overlooking Via Bossi and the second building has seven floors facing the inner courtyard. The property is mainly offices but on the fifth and sixth floors, there is a two storey apartment with very particular characteristics of distinction.

Property Unit

Prestigious and wide office on the second floor of historical building in the heart of the city. Perfect internal condition, high quality fittings, partially furnished, air conditioned, cabled, facing the charming internal courtyard.

  • Address: Via dei Bossi, 4
  • City: Milan
  • State/county: Lombardy
  • Zip/Postal Code: 20121
  • Country: Italy


Updated on July 30, 2018 at 5:54 pm

  • Property ID: Map 48 Sub 748
  • Price: € 270.000
  • Property Size: 670 m²
  • Rooms: 10+
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Property Type: Office
  • Property Status: Commercial

Additional details

  • Floor: 2
  • Balcony/terrace: yes
  • Garage/parking space: yes
  • Heating: centralized
  • Air conditioning: centralized
  • Wiring: yes
  • Energy efficiency class: F(54.8 kWh/mc a)
  • Annual add. costs: € 50.000
  • Rer: M.48 Sub 748


Configurazione strutturale: Epoca di costruzione secolo XV; Del più antico palazzo del Banco Mediceo rimane parte dell'antico chiostro. Si presentava con un doppio ordine di portici: al piano terreno colonne di pietra portavano archi a tutto sesto. Al primo piano le aperture si riproducevano attraverso colonnine del loggiato reggenti un architrave ligneo e la falda del tetto. Rifatto nell'Ottocento, presenta scarse tracce in cotto.