6. Corvetto, Rogoredo

Its past an an old village past makes way for green regeneration projects on the background of the timeless tranquillity of the Parco Agricolo Sud Milano.  

Key Details

What to expect

A residential area close to the Chiaravalle countryside, well connected to the public transportation system, with a strong multiethnic presence and numerous community associations


It is ideal for those looking to live in an area under regeneration, thanks to the numerous initiatives in place, where they can immerse themselves in both the urban energy and the calm atmosphere of the surrounding countryside

What not to expect

An area with many silent pedestrian areas and offices

Real estate market

The area offers rural buildings, banister houses, detached houses, apartment buildings dating from the ‘30s and the postwar period

You are going to fall in love with

A lively yet tranquil atmosphere surrounded by the countryside, which is an ideal place for bike lovers


Countryside, residential area, community, associationism, multiethnicity, street food, upgrading, social regeneration, Old Milan, taverns, clubs, sport, markets, neighborhood stores, workshops, parks, farmsteads, pedestrian and cycle paths, well connected to the public transportation, families, melting pot

Commute times

Duomo: 16 min. by car, 13 min. by public transportation
Castello Sforzesco: 23 min. by car, 23 min. by public transportation
Cadorna Station: 24 min. by car, 20 min. by public transportation
Central Station: 20 min. by car, 25 min. by public transportation
Milano Malpensa: 1h by car, 1h 22min. by public transportation
Milano Linate: 8 min. by car, 35 min. by public transportation


Closest underground lines
Line 3 (Stops Porto di Mare, Corvetto)

Surface Transport
Well connected to both trams and buses

Railroad Service
Milano Rogoredo railway station

Highways and freeways
6 min from the A1, 40 min from the A4, 10 min from A7, 30 min from A8, 10 min from the East freeway, 10 min from West freeway, 15 min from North freeway


East: Pestagalli street, Rogoredo street

West: Gargano street, Parco Vettabbia

North: Ortles avenue, Brenta avenue, Bacchiglione avenue, Lucania avenue, Gaggia street, Boncompagni street, Toffetti street, Railroad

South: Parco Vettabbia, Chiaravalle, San Donato Milanese

Neighborhood areas
5. Ripamonti, Vigentino
7. Ponte Lambro, Santa Giulia
20. Porta Vittoria, Lodi
8. Forlanini

A walk through the district

An area in southern Milan which was born as a working-class neighbourhood and today serves an an important connection between the city and the countryside. Several farmsteads still survive to these days and are used for social and cultural activities. The hear of the neighbourhood is the Parco Agricolo Sud, which enhances the reclamation work started by the Cistercians back in the XII century.

What to expect

This peripheral area with a strong multiethnic presence is undergoing a regeneration and upgrading process thanks to the work of many organizations. Markets such as that of Piazzale Ferrara are engaged in a constant dialogue with old Milanese traditions. There are also typical trattorias serving local cuisine.


This area is particularly suitable for those who are looking for home in a place which is still economically affordable yet destined to a rapid real estate appreciation thanks to the good connections to the public transportation system and the contact with nature. This is te right place for you if you appreciate multiethnicity, Milanese traditions, and community spirit to participate in social projects that can contribute to shape the city of the future.

What not to expect

This area is not suitable for those who love international style homes and have no interest in the charity sector nor in cultural and leisure initiatives.

Real Estate market

The area is mainly residential and offers postwar period council housing, but also rural buildings, banister houses, detached houses and apartment buildings dating from the ‘30s. Often, streets don’t have a homogeneous system because old settlements have been incorporated into the city and coexist in conflict with the recent residential towers.

You are going to love…

You will love the MAF-Museo dell’Acqua Franca, founded by the cultural association Arte da Mangiare, Mangiare Arte inside the Depuratore di Milano Nosedo, which also hosts the DepurArt Lab Gallery, the first experimental lab-gallery ever realized in a purifier, and succeeded in transforming a place perceived as a thorny presence into an unexpected and important regeneration space. In the area there are also many pedestrian and cycle paths which allow you to leave the city behind and immerse yourselves in the countryside.

Behind the corner

The area is close to the Chiaravalle Abbey and San Donato.

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