Thursday 1 July 2021 – 19:19
Milan, the renewed Morsenchio municipal market inaugurated
Consortium of merchants has been in charge of the structure for 20 years
Milan, 1 July (askanews) – New systems for a more modern and efficient structure as well as comfortable seating and déhors for the patrons, as well as cultural and aggregative events for the residents of Municipality 4. The redevelopment of the Municipal Covered Market of Morsenchio. This afternoon it was the mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala and the councilor for Labor Policies, Productive Activities and Commerce Cristina Tajani, accompanied by Sergio Monfrini, president of the Morsenchio and Assofood Consortium (Confcommercio Milano), to visit the 21 active operators in the market. Operators who, for over a year, have gathered in a consortium for the unitary management of the market, aimed at bringing to new life and relaunching the historic structure built in 1960 in Largo Guerrieri Gonzaga.
“Thanks to the redevelopment and compliance interventions, one of the historic covered markets of our city is reborn – said Sala according to a note from Palazzo Marino -. This would not have been possible without the fruitful collaboration between the Municipality and consortia of entrepreneurs and traders, a joint effort that has already led to the regeneration of similar structures in other districts. The goal we are pursuing is to enhance the social dimension of the Milanese markets: not only shopping and shopping places, but also meeting and recreational spaces, open to associations and cultural events “.
The Morsenchio Consortium, which has been in charge of the structure for 20 years until 2040, took care of bringing all the systems up to standard including the new air conditioning system as well as the refurbishment of the roof, the common parts, all the doors and windows as well as the facades and the new sign for a total investment of over 1 million euros. Added to this was the reconstruction of the flowerbed in front of the market entrance with the planting of shrubs and the construction of a new irrigation system, for a cost of 30 thousand euros. An App and a website have also been created through which the products offered by market operators can be ordered directly.