16. Bande Nere, Inganni

Situated just outside the Circonvallazione Esterna, Bande Nere-Inganni is a residential area on a human scale, with an historical aid vocation and well connected to the public transportation. It is characterized by refined residences in the Jewish District and by apartment buildings with vast green spaces; the cultural offer is huge and it is full of multi-ethnic restaurants.

Key Details

What to expect

A multicultural residential area, which is well connected to the underground, with well-finished apartment buildings, semi-detached houses and vast public and private green areas


It is meant for those who want to live in a calm area, close to the shopping streets, among the multi-culture element, kosher restaurants, parks and aid services

What not to expect

An area with the historical residences of the Old Milan and the classic pedestrian streets of the shopping and nightlife central districts

Real estate market

The real estate offer has a recent history and it is meant for all the needs: 4-8 floor apartment buildings, semi-detached houses, high-quality residences, built between the ‘60s and ‘70s, and villas with garden

You are going to fall in love with

The De Angeli Frua and Fiori Village villas with garden, which tell a story of other times, and the Jewish District with its kosher workshops and restaurants


Multicultural area, public green areas, Jewish District, welfare complexes, trading, residential area, public transportation, schools, cultural offer, closeness to the city center, closeness to the highway, barracks, restaurants, upgrading, regeneration

Commute times

Duomo: 20 min. by car, 12 min. by public transportation
Sforzesco Castle: 11 min. by car, 10 min. by public transportation
Cadorna Station: 12 min. by car, 8 min. by public transportation
Central Station: 21 min. by car, 27 min. by public transportation
Milano Malpensa: 37 min. by car, 1h by public transportation
Milano Linate: 28 min. by car, 56 min. by public transportation


Closest underground lines
Line 1 (Stops Gambara, Bande Nere, Primaticcio, Inganni)

Surface Transport
Well connected to both trams and buses

Railroad Service
Close to the Domodossola and Cadorna railway stations

Highways and freeways
30 min from the A1, 15 min from the A4, 10 min from A7, 20 min from A8, 30 min from the East freeway, 8 min from West freeway, 25 min from North freeway


East: Bezzi avenue

West: Beltrami street, Bisceglie street

North: Forze Armate street, Chinotto street, Novara street, Rembrandt street, Rubens street 

South: Lorenteggio street, D’Alviano street, Soderini street, Fezzan street, Caterina da Forlì street, Tripoli Square

Neighborhood areas
17. Napoli, Soderini
1. San Siro, Trenno
15. Fiera, Sempione, CityLife, Portello
25. Solari, Washington
3. Famagosta, Barona

A walk through the district

Once full of Olona’s springs and irrigation channels, the area had an aid role to play for the city of Milan during history. It is the barracks headquarter and it has always been well connected to the city centre; nowadays it has a residential vocation with high-quality apartment buildings, and it is the headquarter of the refined Jewish District.

What to expect

A district which benefits from the beautiful residential area’s convenience and from all the main services, plus a multicultural feature.

With an historical aid vocation and being the headquarter of the Jewish District, the area is well connected to the public transportation and it is full of trading spaces and restaurants, also kosher ones, and vast public and private green areas.


The multi-culture element, kosher restaurants, parks, but also the strategic position between the city centre and the countryside make this residential area a good choice for those who want to live in a calm area with a rich cultural offer and close to the shopping streets.

What not to expect

An area with the historical residences of the Old Milan and the classic pedestrian streets of the shopping and nightlife central districts.

However, there are many public services and opportunities to get away from the city chaos. The Vodafone Village stands out with its photovoltaic garden at the city borders and its sustainable architecture leaves you impressed.

Real Estate market

From the second post-war period apartment buildings, to the semi-detached houses in the Fiori Village, to the high-quality houses in the Jewish District, to the villas with garden in the De Angeli Frua area.

The real estate offer of the area has a recent history, but it is suitable for all the needs.

You are going to love

You will love the De Angeli Frua Village, which originated in the still undeveloped rural countryside as a little city inside the city.

The Fiori Village will intrigue you, with its small houses and the gardens which tell a story of other times.

You will love looking around in the little ethnic supermarkets of the Jewish District and trying new tastes in its Kosher restaurants.

Behind the corner

The area is situated at the city West border, it is well connected to the city center, thanks to the underground line 1 that passes through it, and it is close to the West freeway. Walking on foot you can reach in a short time the neighboring districts, stop eating an ice-cream in Marghera streets or cross Piazza Piemonte to get to the shopping street in Corso Vercelli. The area is fitted out with many green spaces, both public and private, and not too far from it there are Parco delle Cave and Baggio, whose dimension reminds of a country village.