The Liberty Tower
The Liberty Tower
The Liberty Tower

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About The Liberty Tower

The Liberty Tower, originally built between 1955 and 1956 by the brothers Eugenio and Ermenegildo Soncini, is one of most iconic buildings in the center of Milan.

Acquired by Hines in 2017 in a joint venture with a large Dutch pension fund manager, the 6,000-square-meter asset is located close to the most representative financial and commercial districts of the area and is adjacent to Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, the most important mass market high street in Milan.

The regeneration project, completed in Q1 2021, combines past architectural uniqueness with modern efficiency, together with the highest international standards of environmental sustainability and energy efficiency, obtaining the LEED GOLD Certificate.

The mixed-used property features flexible office spaces on the upper floors, let to prime financial players, and a newly created retail base on the first floor, where triple-height windows will create a connection to the Piazza del Liberty, recently redeveloped thanks to the Apple flagship store, conceived as an iconic location in the Milanese city center visitors’ tour.

View in Google Maps Map showing the location of The Liberty Tower


  • Piazza del Liberty, Milan, Italy


  • Located in Milan's city center.


  • Asti Architetti

Building Details

  • 64,583 square feet


  • LEED Gold 2021