7. Ponte Lambro, Santa Giulia

This area is the result of a radical redevelopment process, thanks to the realization of new residential buildings, schools, green areas and sports facilities. The ideal place for young couples with children and pets.

Key Details

What to expect

A suburban and multiethnic residential area currently under redevelopment, with a strong community engagement


It is ideal for those who prefer living in a small residential area but with the ability to quickly reach the city

What not to expect

The presence of many cultural spaces and museums

Real estate market

The area offers rural buildings, XX-century houses, postwar apartment buildings and recent buildings

You are going to fall in love with

The atmosphere full of history which can be experienced in places like Trattoria Bagutto, Italy's oldest restaurant opened in 1284


Residential area, suburbs, countryside, Lambro, farmsteads, upgrading, social regeneration, Winter Olympics, Istituto Monzino, Tribunale di Milano, Sky headquarter, Old Milan, taverns, neighborhood stores, multiethnicity, melting pot, ex factories, social engagement, community

Commute times

Duomo: 20 min. by car, 25 min. by public transportation
Castello Sforzesco: 30 min. by car, 35 min. by public transportation
Cadorna Station: 30 min. by car, 30 min. by public transportation
Central Station: 20 min. by car, 35 min. by public transportation
Milano Malpensa: 50 min. by car, 1h 35min. by public transportation
Milano Linate: 6 min. by car, 50 min. by public transportation


Closest underground lines
Line 3 (San Donato Stop)

Surface Transport
Well connected to buses

Railroad Service
Milano Rogoredo railway station

Highways and freeways
3 min from the A1, 30 min from the A4, 20 min from A7, 30 min from A8, 5 min from the East freeway, 10 min from West freeway, 30 min from South freeway, 20 min from North freeway


East: Camaldoli street

West: Pestegalli street

North: Sordello street, Bonfadini street

South: Pontinia overpass, Rogoredo street, Marignano street

Neighborhood areas
6. Corvetto, Rogoredo
8. Forlanini

A walk through the district

Ponte Lambro has a rural and working-class past. It was the home of those who worked in factories like Olivetti. The Santa Giulia district, which developed around the Rogoredo railway station, has an industrial past. Both areas, which host important urban centers like the Monzino cardiology Hospital or the Sky headquarters, are experiencing a strong redevelopment phase,

What to expect

A suburban residential area, a small city inside the city, surrounded by a vast green rural area. Local shops and historic restaurants offer a taste of old-time Milan.


This area is particularly suitable for those who like to be in contact with nature but want to be able to quickly reach the city center.

What not to expect

In this area you won’t find cultural spaces and museums, but there are meeting spaces for young people and interesting street art pieces.

Real Estate market

Ponte Lambro preserves the structure of the old village, which is well distinct from more recent settlements. Rogoredo Santa Giulia has a strong core of houses dating from the early 1900s and high buildings with facades characterized by loggias and large terraces.

You are going to love…

Do not miss a lunch at the historical You will be amazed by the urban development of Santa Giulia and Merezzate and will fall in love with the history of Antica Trattoria Bagutto 1284, the oldest restaurant in Italy and the second most ancient in Europe (rumors have it that even Napoleon dined there).

Behind the corner

Close to these area, there’s Linate airport, the Idroscalo of Milan, the Chiaravalle Abbey, the big Forlanini Park and the municipality of San Donato.

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