The recovery project of the Sant’Agostino convent is managed by the Building Group, a company specialized in the re-functionalization of the heritage of historic buildings. After working on the baroque and the neo-classic on the sides of Piazza San Carlo- in via Alfieri with The Number 6, “the most beautiful house in the world”, awarded by ArchDaily as Building of the Year 2015 for the restoration category, and in Lagrange12, restoration of a 17th-century building at the corner of via Lagrange and via Giolitti Building works on an ecclesiastical structure dating back to the 16th century.
QuadraTO is the condominium of the best contemporary youth, a dynamic class of young professionals, PhD students, commuters of knowledge and anyone who chooses Turin for a medium term. Inside the ancient rooms of the convent are transformed into apartments, monotype, bitipo, tritipo in a range of size between 40 and 60 square meters. An investment property in the most historic heart of the city, a few steps from Piazza della Consolata of the historic Bicerin, among the alleys of the Quadrilatero, area of shops, designer shops, furniture, antiques, restaurants and historic cafés and a few steps from Piazza della Repubblica, the Porta Palazzo market, the beating heart of multi-ethnic Turin.
Quadrato, in addition to being a real estate investment, is also a financial investment: apartment buyers have a 5-year income perspective and the consequent tax treatment. A real estate and financial investment project, a novelty for building in Turin. Upon purchase of the property, a lease with the right to sublease will be entered into with a company of the Building Group, for an annual amount of 3.5% of the purchase value of the property: the contract will have duration for a maximum period of 5 years and will allow the tenant company to proceed to the sublease.
Quadrato is located in a strategic position on the corner between Via Santa Chiara and Via delle Orfane: it is divided into five floors, an attic floor and a basement; it includes a large inner courtyard and is part of the Augustinian convent complex built in the mid-16th century. The premises were occupied by the former conservatory and later by the civil section court. The project involves the construction of underground garages in correspondence of the large internal courtyard and the renovation of the rooms for apartments of different sizes. Work started in January 2016 will end in two stages: the first scale by the end of 2017, the second scale a year later.