• WE FIND A LOCATION FOR YOUR COMPANY

    The corporate real estate field has features which are closer to business consulting than traditional real estate brokerage. In the search of a site for its business, a company must consider needs such as:

    • operational and commercial efficiency
    • a suitable image aimed at positive communication of its own values
    • best cost/benefit ratio
    • optimisation of the presence on the territory

    Building Strategies is a new service concept for companies that, by mixing consulting and brokerage, meets the need of entrepreneurs to have a single partner who can assist them throughout the procedure of choosing the right location for their own business.

Practical guide to corporate real estate

A FOCUS ON REAL ESTATE

  • COMMERCIAL  VIA REGGIOCOMMERCIAL VIA REGGIO

    NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION AND EFSA
    Spaces are available within a new commercial/business  building, which are suitable for food and non-food trade, catering, offices, surgeries and hospitality facilities.

  • BUSINESS RAILWAY STATION AREABUSINESS RAILWAY STATION AREA

    With regard to the new Parma railway station, offices of different dimensions are available (from 80 to 600 sq. m), as well as commercial spaces with shop windows overlooking the square. 

  • INDUSTRIAL MOTORWAY WAREHOUSEINDUSTRIAL MOTORWAY WAREHOUSE

    Close to the Parma Centro motorway exit, we offer a 3,000 sq. m industrial warehouse equipped with a bridge-crane and a large courtyard

PARMA AND THE NORTH OF ITALY

  • Why is it convenient for a foreign company to choose Parma as its Italian branch?

    Parma is a city of about 180,000 inhabitants located in the north - centre of the Italian peninsula: it is located 120 km from Milan, 100 km from Bologna, 100 km from La Spezia and only about 50 km from other provincial capitals such as Piacenza, Modena, Cremona and Mantua.


    Parma boasts a strategic position:

    • Two motorway branches: the A1 (Autostrada del Sole), from Milan to Naples, and the A15 (Autostrada della Cisa),which connects Parma to Liguria and Tuscany.
    • Proximity to A22 (Autostrada del Brennero), the main arterial road for traffic directed to the North of Europe.
    • High-speed trains stop at the Mediopadana Station of Reggio Emilia.
    • The “Giuseppe Verdi” Airport, with connections to Italy’s main airports, Malpensa (Milan) and Fiumicino (Rome).

    Parma is a focal point for tourism:

    • Food Valley: Prosciutto di Parma (Parma ham), Parmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan cheese), Culatello di Zibello (a type of raw ham). Since 2002, Parma is the seat of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), a prestigious institution that attracts its 500 officials to the city, mostly from other countries.
    • Motor Valley (Dallara, Ferrari, Ducati, Lamborghini and Maserati)
    • Art and culture (Verdi festival, the Teatro Regio theatre, the castles of the Ducato).

    Parma is an economic and industrial centre:

    • The GDP per capita is among the highest in the European Union. 
    • The metalworking field is particularly active and specialises in food the machinery industry (packaging, bottling, etc.).
    • It is an important logistics centre, where many forwarders and large companies in the field of large-scale retail trade and transport are concentrated in the city.

    Thanks to its central position, Parma is a functional junction for the Centre and North of Italy. From its headquarters in Parma, Building Strategies is able to operate in the main Italian cities, with the support of trusted on-site co-workers.

  • PARMA AND THE NORTH OF ITALY

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