Some representative assets managed by Generali Real Estate
Constructed in the 13th century and consisting of a continuous one-storey structure above a long ground-floor arcade, the Procuratie Vecchie is one of St. Mark's Square's oldest buildings.
Tour Saint Gobain
Located at the heart of La Défense, the Tour Saint-Gobain is the first, and so far the only, High Rise Building in France having achieved four main international environmental certifications at the highest levels.
Covering an area of 366,000 sqm, CityLife is one of the most important urban redevelopment projects in Europe.
One Fen Court
Designed by internationally acclaimed Eric Parry Architects, One Fen Court is located in a prime location at the heart of the insurance district in the City of London.
Located in the heart of the Frankfurt am Main's central business district, the 40-meter-high, ten-storey Marienforum building is part of the new Marieninsel office district.
Located in one of the most prestigious areas of Warsaw, Plac Małachowskiego was built in 1907 and then fully renovated in 2013.
Piazza Venezia 11
The most distinctive of Generali Group's buildings has a fascinating history linked to the square in which it stands.
A prestigious classic office building constructed in 1912 and refurbished in 2004 located in the centre of Vienna.
Located in Calle Alcalá the monumentalist-style building was designed by Eusebio Bona Puig and built between 1933 and 1935 on a site which had also formerly hosted a convent.
Palác Křižík, originally built and named after the famous Czech inventor František Křižík, is a compound of heritage buildings dating back to the beginning of the 20th century.
Built in the second half of the 19th century and listed as a historic monument, this iconic building is an excellent example of Second Empire style architecture.
Piękna 2.0 is a landmark office building in the very center of the Polish Capital, built in the early 2000s and recently renovated.
The Westlight is situated at one of the most prestigious addresses in the heart of Europe's most vibrant city, Berlin.