With a 40% reduction in energy consumption, Axa Im Alts concludes the redevelopment of 80,000 square metres of Monte Rosa 91, a major urban campus in Milan

One of the global leaders in alternative investments, Axa Im Alts has completed the regeneration project of Monte Rosa 91,, an iconic mixed-use building originally designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop in 2003 and redeveloped 20 years later by the same team of professionals. With its surface area of more than 80 thousand square metres, 47 thousand of which are for rentable offices, and a large green space, the building is among the largest buildings in Milan.

High technology and energy efficiency

Monte Rosa 91 is the first redeveloped building in Italy to be awarded the Platinum Wired Score certification, which testifies to the high technological level of space connection. The complex will also be certified LEED Core & Shell Platinum, for energy and climate efficiency, and LEED Ebom Gold, for the building's effectiveness in terms of operations.

Well-being and comfort

"The development of Monte Rosa 91 embodies our global vision and mission: to create buildings that offer environmental performance, long-term value, and social well-being for investors, tenants, and the local community," explains Antonio Miani, Head of Asset Management Italy.

Mixed Campus

The project intervention transformed Monte Rosa 91 into a mixed-use campus, designed to meet the needs of the new occupants, more than 12 companies, and will offer an additional range of services including a crèche, gymnasium and restaurant to promote workers' well-being and develop a more flexible working concept.

The Park of Light

The campus will house a permanent collection of works of art by Italian artists, while the Park of Light, a large green space of over 10,000 square metres, will offer spaces for refreshments and leisure and will be available to tennants and citizens from September 2023.

Stay tuned

Interni magazine will be present in autumn 2023 at the opening of the Monte Rosa 91 space, with the relocation of the installation Momentum, present at the Design Re-Generation event, realised by the international design studio MAD.

All photos are by Enrico Cano