Traffic in the area is the main critical issue and is the subject of a study. Then negotiations with the Cabassi group to purchase the land. The Nerazzurri’s goal is to start work in 2025 and play in 2028 in the new home
27 September – MILAN
After the meeting two weeks ago with the CEO corporate Antonello with the mayors of Rozzano and Assago, the project for the new stadium owned by Inter is progressing with discussions with both the institutions and the Cabassi group. The objective was and remains to start work in 2025 to play the first official matches in the new Nerazzurri home in 2028. Is it possible? The technical timeframes are there because within a couple of months the Rozzano administration will foresee in the PGT the possible construction of a sports structure, which will naturally be the Inter stadium. A nice starting point. In the meantime, the holding Bastogi and Brioschi Sviluppo Immobiliare, with whom an agreement will then have to be reached on the amount for the purchase of the land, have granted Inter the exclusive right until April 2024 to evaluate the possibility of realizing the plant.
The area does not present the need to reclaim the land and the biggest problem at the moment is related to the impact that the construction of a stadium would have on traffic in the area, especially on Assago. It’s a management that Inter is paying great attention to. The Cabassi group, which owns the area, is aware that an assist to solve the problem could arrive in advance… from the 2026 Winter Olympics: the Assago Forum will be home to the figure skating and short track competitions and already in view of this appointment, with the funds of Milan-Cortina 2026, infrastructures could be created to avoid queues on the ring road. All this excluding the Assago metro stop which is 700 meters from the place where the stadium would be built, reachable via special pedestrian paths to be built.
The project of the new Nerazzurri home will be carried out by Populous, the international architecture studio that would have also built the Cathedral if San Siro had been demolished. The administrative process (i.e. relating to the planning) should start in January if the approval from the municipal administration of Rozzano arrives as expected in November. The idea is that of a facility with two rings with a capacity of 70,000 people. The museum, the store, the club offices, catering activities, but also sports fields (not only for football and five-a-side football) will also be built in the area. A way to make the area live all year round and not just during Nerazzurri matches. However, the construction of a shopping center is not planned because the one in Assago is nearby.
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response in the room
And then there is the matter of the response that Mayor Sala expects from the two clubs on the administrative process started on the hypothesis of the new stadium near San Siro. It seems that it has not arrived from Milan, while Inter have responded in recent days by underlining that they are first awaiting the Municipality’s opinion on the Superintendence’s ruling and on the referendum on the new Meazza.
September 27 – 4.34pm
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