Two years of work: thirty thousand cubic meters of dilapidated structures demolished – introducing Palermo Marina Yachting.

The open space at the port of Palermo has undergone one of the most important urban regeneration projects in the city since the post-war period. The project aimed to reconnect the port with the urban fabric and transform it into an industrial and tourist asset. Over 40,000 square meters of space were involved, with the demolition of dilapidated structures and the creation of new facilities. The project extends the promenade along the Cala to the Palermo Marina Yachting and the archaeological complex of Castello a Mare, which is now a candidate to become a UNESCO site. The area will be used for urban relaxation and business, focusing on Sicilian wine and food products. Additionally, a new marina bay has been created, welcoming cruise passengers and yachters, and connecting the new cruise area with the historic center of Palermo. The project has transformed the degraded coastline into a vibrant and functional space for both locals and tourists.

Due anni di lavori, demoliti trentamila metri cubi di strutture fatiscenti: ecco Palermo Marina Yachting

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