Milan — The new Spiga 26 real estate project has made Sergio Rossi the second tenant after Moschino.
This 2,160-square-foot Sergio Rossi boutique will have two floors dedicated to its stores. Two display windows surround the entrance on Via della Spiga. Floor-to-ceiling windows occupy the entire back wall of the store. which is expected to open next spring. and turned towards the inner courtyard
“Via della Spiga is a street that I strongly believe will become one of the most important fashion destinations in the heart of Milan,” said Riccardo Sciutto, Chief Executive Officer of Sergio Rossi. For Sergio Rossi, the Spiga 26 debut marks a new milestone in history. It is part of the Lanvin Group that represents significant growth and new store openings around the world.”
In June, Fosun Group changed its name to Lanvin Group in October. Takes control of footwear company Lanvin Group, which also includes the Lanvin, Wolford, St. John and Caruso brands.
Sergio Rossi is moving out of the Via Montenapoleone area. To join Spiga 26, said Mario Abbadessa, senior managing director and country head of Hines Italy, which is developing retail projects. “Innovative shopping experience aligns with the identity of the center. which provides cultural stimulation through design improvements. Unique experience spaces and ‘new creative districts’ where fashion, design, culture, food and business continue to revitalize Main Street, attracting more tourists. by opening luxury boutiques and new initiatives that continually enhances the culture of the place.”
According to reports, it was reported that Leading global real estate company Hines is renovating the 18th-century Palazzo Pertusati under the Spiga 26 project, a luxury shopping street renovation.
Hines bought the Spiga 26 building in a joint venture with a major Dutch pension fund manager in June 2019 and renovations which began last year. It is expected to be completed in the spring of 2022 with a total investment of 250 million euros.
Retail spaces can be single or multi-location. with a flexible and practical layout and there will be a veranda and a place for activities There is also a restaurant, club and gym from the entrance of Via Senato.
The objective of the building’s redevelopment program is to preserve the structure’s historic value while introducing future innovative elements that weave Spiga 26 into the fabric of Milan’s new creative district. Innovation includes Sergio Rossi’s potential to offer personalized digital services in response to the ongoing transformation of retail. which reconfigured for multi-channel shopping with modular space
The store building covers 140,400 square feet, developed on three mixed-use levels. And there will be two entrances, one on Via Spiga 26, three above ground and one in the basement. Another entrance is on Via Senato 19, with seven floors above ground level and two underground.
Via Spiga’s main entrance features 18 floor-to-ceiling retail windows that span over 213 feet. The building will house 32,400 square feet of retail space. and the interior spaces are connected by a central green courtyard measuring 1,944 square feet.