MANTUA. Invimit Sgr, a company wholly owned by the ministry of economy and finance, has put up for sale about 474 units including homes, shops and offices, of which 21 sky-land assets (independent buildings), for a value of over 155 million euros that will go to the reduction of the Italian public debt. There are 33 cities, including Mantua, where there are properties for sale, available to individuals and investors. In the Virgilian capital, however, there is only one auction: the former Inail headquarters in via Vittorino da Feltre 44.
The independent property, five floors, one of which is underground where there are garages, has a directional and commercial destination and is currently free. It was built in 1975 and has a gross covered area of 4,090 square meters. As mentioned, it housed the offices of Inail until 2002, when it moved to its current headquarters in via nenni, al trincerone. In Lombardy, there are 53 real estate units for sale, of which 3 sky-land units, for a value of over 17 million euros. The properties are located not only in Mantua, but also in Como, Brescia, Cremona and Busto Arsizio (Varese).
To participate in the auction, a bid must be submitted by 12 noon on 29 November. The starting point for any offers is set by Invimit at 2 million 300 thousand euros. “Buying from Invimit means not only accessing a unique asset, but also contributing to the reduction of the public debt,” says Giovanna Della Posta, CEO of the fully publicly owned company. The auction, in fact, is part of the broader program of valorisation and disposal of public assets which in the last two years has totaled around 320 million euros in sales, increasing the results achieved in the previous two years.
The territorial distribution of the assets is wide and varied, relying on a presence in the real estate market of 33 Italian cities: Rome, Milan, Venice, Turin, Florence, Bologna, Pisa, Livorno, Trieste, Treviso, Vicenza, Vercelli, Novara, Padua, Como, Lecce, Sabaudia, Terni, Perugia, Albano Laziale, Alessandria, Arezzo, Brescia, Cremona, Forlì, Tarvisio, Ivrea, Palermo, Udine, Busto Arsizio, Chieti, Mantua and Sassari.