21. Città Studi, Susa

A semi-central and super fitted out residential area, one of the greater university campuses of Milan. The protagonists of the area are young people whom gyms and leisure places abound for.

Key Details

What to expect

A middle-class and working-class residential area, well connected to the public transportation and with a strong link to the university and research centres

Lifestyle

The area is meant for those who want to live the neighborhood life with its numerous stores and be surrounded by the student energy with eateries and pubs for cocktails

What not to expect

A calm and silent district with vast pedestrian and green areas

Real estate market

A diversified real estate offer with high-quality residences and middle-class and working-class apartment buildings

You are going to fall in love with

A lively and young atmosphere which you can plenty find around the Università Politecnico with its internal gardens

Keywords

University, students, student residences, well connected to the public transportation, neighborhood stores, cultural offer, pubs for cocktails, street food, local markets, decò villas, Liberty, elegance, energy, sport and health facilities, multiethnicity, closeness to the airport

Commute times

Duomo: 10 min. by car, 20 min. by public transportation
Castello Sforzesco: 15 min. by car, 30 min. by public transportation
Cadorna Station: 15 min. by car, 30 min. by public transportation
Central Station: 10 min. by car, 20 min. by public transportation
Milano Malpensa: 1h by car, 1h by public transportation
Milano Linate: 10 min. by car, 40 min. by public transportation

Transportations

Closest underground lines
Line 1 (Loreto Stop)
Line 2 (Stops Loreto, Piola, Lambrate)
Line 4 (Susa, Argonne Stops, starting in 2023)

Surface Transport
Well connected to both trams and buses which take you to the airport

Railroad Service
Lambrate railway station

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

Boundaries

East: Plezzo street, Railroad

West: Abruzzi avenue, Piceno avenue

North: Costa street, Leoncavallo street 

South: XXII marzo avenue, Corsica avenue

Neighborhood areas
29. Centrale, Repubblica
28. Porta Venezia, Indipendenza
22. Pasteur, Rovereto
9. Udine, Lambrate
8. Forlanini
20. Porta Vittoria, Lodi
10. Cimiano

A walk through the district

An area that is influenced by the presence of universities which make it attractive for the off-campus students and those who need to reach easily both the city centre and surroundings. Here, among the big tree-lined avenues and the beautiful middle-class residences, important care facilities and scientific research centres have also originated; it’s like they are recreating a health citadel.

What to expect

This area is not far from the city centre and it benefits from an efficient transport system.

The area is populated by many young people who attend the university and by historical middle-class and working-class residents, and it is full of trendy pubs, restaurants, street food stands and any kind of bars and stores.

Recently, the Piazza Leonardo has been redeveloped, which is in front of the Politecnico and has become an important meeting point thanks to a full show schedule of events and concerts.

Do not miss the “Attrezzeria Archivio Negroni”, a factory which attended and participated in the art of engraving transformation, where multiple work tools and hundreds of utensils are gathered; most of them are handmade.

Lifestyle

This area is meant for those who want to live close to all the necessary services without moving elsewhere: from stores to bars, from markets to pubs, from the university to wellness facilities.

Moreover, the good connection to the city centre and surroundings guarantees the convenience of moving easily to both close and far destinations. If you want to be surrounded by a young and lively atmosphere, stopping by in one of the numerous pubs to sip a drink or practicing sports in many neighbouring facilities, this is the right area for you.

What not to expect

This area is not meant for those who want to be surrounded by nature and don’t want to be in touch with the nightlife lived by many young people. It can’t be appreciated by those who don’t care exploring alternative museums, like the Comic Book one.

Real Estate market

The district provides a mainly residential real estate offer with high-quality buildings which date back to the XX century, where middle-class apartment buildings and villas stand out.

There are also complexes with a more working-class vocation and buildings which have been recently built.

You are going to love…

In this area you will love the young and lively atmosphere which can be plenty found around the Politecnico and the colourful villas that brisk Porpora street.

The street art works and some historical pubs are situated next to the more modern and trendy ones, as if they were in contrast.

Behind the corner

The area is close to the Ortica district, which has become the first “district museum” of the world, and the Parco Trotter, which has been recently included in the promoting Environmental Assets by FAI. Not too far from it there are the Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano, the shopping district in Buenos Aires avenue and the Parco Formentano.

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