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You can bet on Torino

Ph. Š Laura Cantarella

City of Knowledge, Innovation and Culture

London, May 6th 2014


Welcome to Torino >>

Torino and its metropolitan area


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Torino and its metropolitan area

Ph. Š Michele D’Ottavio

A city open to the world


Ph. Š Michele D’Ottavio

A city on a change

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Torino and its metropolitan area


A city of art and heritage 84 museums 25 theaters 44 historical churches 15 royal residences 6 million tourist presences/year 4 million visitors to museums

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Torino and its metropolitan area


910,000 inhabitants 2 million metropolitan area Birth rate increase 2001-10

77%

7,000 inh./sqkm Median age 45 years 0-24 20% 25-44 30% Foreign residents

16%

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Torino and its metropolitan area


Torino, Piedmont, Italy Intersection of 5 & 24 EU transport corridors

By plane 0h35 Zurich 1h20 Roma 1h20 Frankfurt 1h25 Paris 1h40 London 1h45 Amsterdam 1h55 Brussels 2h05 Madrid 3h00 Istanbul 3h30 Moscow By train 0h30 Expo 2015 0h45 Milano 3h55 Roma

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Torino and its metropolitan area


Torino Province 2.3 million residents 55 billion â‚Ź deposits 3rd in Italian ranking

63 billion â‚Ź GDP 3rd in Italian ranking

18 billion 2nd

â‚Ź exports in Italian ranking

240,000 companies 4th in Italian ranking

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Torino and its metropolitan area


Torino Urban Profile Office Market

4 million sq.m. office stock 10-15% vacancy rates of the total stock 200,000 sq.m. office pipeline coming into the market (2015) 7.5-8% Torino office market estimated investment yield (5.5% Milano investment yield) Housing Market Price levels Torino metropolitan area average

3,500 â‚Ź/sq.m. +2% trend 2007-12

(Italian average 2,800 â‚Ź/sq.m; trend 2007-12: +1.5%)

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Development opportunities


Urban development

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An urban development strategy


Infrastructural system 2nd province in Italy for infrastructural equipment

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Ph. Š Michele D’Ottavio

1,300 km transport network 7 metropolitan railway lines 25 urban stations 1 underground line 60 km of ring road An urban development strategy


Environment and landscape 4 rivers 51 parks and gardens 175 km of cycle paths 320 km tree-lined avenues

bike sharing

115 stations 18,000 users 1st city in Italy

1st

city over 500,000 inhabitants in Italian sustainable mobility ranking

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An urban development strategy


Reuse of built assets

5 million

sqm reconverted brownfields (1995-2013)

5 million

sqm

to reconvert

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An urban development strategy


Knowledge & innovation 100,000 university students

2 main universities 7 higher education institutions 3 United Nations institutions 400 bachelors and masters 60 Ph.D. courses

I3P University Business Incubator

150 companies/start-up 4th in Europe - 11th in world ranking

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An urban development strategy

Ph. Š Michele D’Ottavio

10,000 from other Italian regions 20,000 from 150 foreign countries


Knowledge & innovation Piedmont Region

Torino Province

3rd in Italy for socio-economic competitiveness 25% women-owned 15% under 35-owned businesses

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An urban development strategy

Ph. Š Michele D’Ottavio

124 billion â‚Ź GDP - around 8% of national total 1st in Italy for employees in ICT district - 13,250 companies 1st in Italy for expenditure on innovation in manufacturing sector 1st in Italy for R&D expenditure in business sector 1st in Italy for product/process innovations by small enterprises 1st in Italy for hi-tech patents 2nd in Italy for innovative enterprises (index 0.66 - EU average 0.4)


1st city in Italy for smart governance and public administration 2nd city over 500,000 inhabitants in Italian smart city ranking

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An urban development strategy

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Public awareness


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Public-private partnership

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An urban development strategy


Completed and ongoing initiatives

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


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Lingotto center

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


Olympic arena & stadium

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


Dora Park

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


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Environment Park

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


Lavazza Headquarters

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


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Einaudi University Campus

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


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Politecnico Campus

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


Ph. Š Donia Prengemann

Porta Susa Rail Station

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Hq

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Completed and ongoing initiatives


Main developments Thyssen Lucento Area V200 Project New Congress Center Valentino Cultural Center

Mirafiori Tne Area Palazzo del Lavoro Retail Area

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Main development opportunities


Mirafiori Tne Area

Land area: 298,000 sq.m Gross floor area: 194,000 sq.m. Mixed Use: university & research, offices, retail, hotel, services, exhibition & congress, manufacturing, light industrial activities

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Main development opportunities


Palazzo del Lavoro Retail Area

Land area: 60,000 sq.m Gross floor area: 43,000 sq.m. Mixed Use: retail, services

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Main development opportunities


Valentino Cultural Center

Land area: 40.000 sq.m Gross floor area: 46.000 sq.m. Mixed Use: public library, university campus, theater

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Main development opportunities


New Congress Center

Land area: 40,000 sq.m Gross floor area: 40,000 sq.m. Mixed Use: congress center, cultural facilities, retail, hotel, services, student housing

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Main development opportunities


Thyssen Lucento Area

Land area: 350,000 sq.m Gross floor area: 154,000 sq.m. Mixed Use: research center, offices, residential, services

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Main development opportunities


V200 Project

Land area: 1,350,000 sq.m Gross floor area: 870,000 sq.m. Mixed Use: residential, offices, retail, services, hotel, university, student housing, transport hub

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Main development opportunities


V200 Regio Parco

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Main development opportunities


V200 Vertice nord

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Main development opportunities


Student housing

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Main development opportunities


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Piero Fassino Mayor of Torino Piazza Palazzo di CittĂ 1 | 10122 Torino | Italy

Stefano Lo Russo Deputy Mayor for Urban and Strategic Planning Real Estate and Urban Renewal Projects Via Meucci 4 | 10121 Torino | Italy

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