Ligurian stone. The former Rodriquez areas of Pietra Ligure change hands. Pietra srl (company 77.78 percent owned by Immsi, the real estate company of the Colaninno Group, and 22.22 percent by Intesa Sanpaolo) has signed with Polifin spa, the Bosatelli family holding company, a preliminary contract for the sale of Pietra Ligure srl, a company that currently owns the entire area.
Through the sale of Pietra Ligure srl, therefore, Pietra srl (and therefore Immsi and therefore the Colaninno Group) has given up the spaces of the former Pietresi shipyards to the founding family of Gewiss, a manufacturer of electrical equipment and materials.
The transaction will take place for a consideration of 30 million euros and the execution of the contract is subject to certain conditions, two of which of an administrative nature involving the Liguria Region and the Municipality of Pietra Ligure.
The operation should be completed within the first quarter of next year.
Reading between the lines of the corporate transfer, at the end of the transaction (if all goes well) in Pietra Ligure could arrive “Chorus Life”, An urban regeneration project launched by a real estate promotion and development company headed by the Bosatelli holding. The spa’s website reads: “Its core business coincides with the design of solutions aimed at the redevelopment of urban areas around the world. Starting from an idea of a city where social well-being, economic profit, sustainable architecture and smart technology are perfectly integrated, the urban models of Chorus Life keep the individual and his needs at the center. Replicable anywhere without limits, they are conceived according to a modular design philosophy, able to offer a great possibility of customization both in the structures and in the services dedicated to the single person and the community. Thanks to a unique know-how for this kind of real estate projects, Chorus Life presents itself as a partner of public and private institutional investors, business banks, banking institutions, public bodies, and industrial groups, who believe in urban regeneration not only as a source profit but also as progress “.