"From the neighbourhood of workers and artisans to the vitality of university students, intellectuals and artists"

Strongly marked by the bombings of the Second World War, today San Lorenzo, once characterized by housing for workers and artisans who arrived in Rome at the end of the nineteenth century, is a lively neighbourhood frequented by students from the nearby Città Universitaria, animated by numerous businesses and cultural associations, by artists, artisans, writers and intellectuals.
The building consists of a building adjacent to other buildings whose main façade, slightly concave on Via dei Liburni, has a travertine base and a covering, prevalently a curtain, for the 8 floors in high.

  • City: Rome
  • Address: Via dei Liburni 6
  • Use destination: Mixed
  • Year of contribution: 2017
  • Rental Situation: Single Tenant
  • Total gross covered area: 4,609 sqm