Historical Centre and western area are the most sought after
In the Italian capital of fashion and design, the interest of customers focuses especially on large and luxurious flats for sale. Prices depend on criteria such as location and build quality. Features such as balconies, terraces and parking spaces are also important factors. Recent construction projects that are in very good locations have already reached prices of between 10,000 and 11,000 euros per square metre this year. The exclusive properties especially have already achieved sale prices of up to 15,000 euros per square metre.
One of the city's privileged places is the artists' quarter, Brera, in the Historic Centre. Its charm stems from the historic palaces, galleries and markets that are present there.Not far is Quadrilaterodella Moda, with its well-known luxury boutiques, jewelery shops and interior decoration shops. San Babila, near the famous Milan Cathedral, is also one of the most desirable locations in the city. These areas are especially popular among international buyers.
Italian citizens tend to prefer residential areas in western Milan. In this area, the main focus of buyers' interest are the addresses in the immediate vicinity of Corso Magenta, Via Vincenzo Monti and Via MarioPagano, near Semplon Park with the famous Arco della Pace.