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Palazzo Altieri - Piazza Del Gesù - Prestigious Commercial Space


For Sale
Italy - Rome
300 mq. 8 Total Rooms 8 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms Add to Favorites Print
Excellent Investment and High Profitability

Palazzo Altieri - Piazza Del Gesù - Located in the prestigious 17th-century noble palace, currently home to extremely prominent institutions, LuxuryBrick offers for sale a significant commercial space of about 300 square meters spread over three levels. The property benefits from three large windows overlooking the square and three independent street entrances. Additionally, there is a parking space in the significant courtyards of the Palazzo.
Due to its excellence and commercial location, the property is ideal for various activities, such as bank headquarters, insurance companies, law firms, fashion studios, service activities, as well as catering benefiting from the high tourist influx of the area.

Equipped with a flue.

The property can also be sold for investment purposes and rented with a monthly income of € 10,000.

Historical Background:
The Altieri were among the most important and powerful families in Rome in the 17th century. The most illustrious figure was Clement X, who was Pope from 1670 to 1676.

Palazzo Altieri occupies a large block in the center of Rome. Its main façade overlooks Via del Plebiscito and Piazza del Gesù, enclosing two significant courtyards. The original building dates back to 1650 when Cardinal Giovan Battista Altieri, the older brother of the future pope, decided to build his palace in Piazza del Gesù, a prestigious and coveted location, next to the Church of the Gesù, the mother church of the Jesuits. Architect Giovanni Antonio De Rossi was commissioned for the project. To realize the work, the Cardinal bought all the properties in the chosen area to demolish them. The second building phase took place between 1670 and 1673, at the interest of Pope Clement X himself.

The importance and size of Palazzo Altieri have allowed for diverse uses over time: just to refer to the post-war period, it was used as a film set, a commercial venue, the middle school of Liceo Visconti, called "Viscontino", and the Embassy of Japan in Italy. Notable residents included actress Anna Magnani, dancer Guido Lauri, and writer Carlo Levi, who referenced it in his novel "L'orologio".

The building currently houses the Italian Banking Association (ABI), banking institutions, and prestigious residential apartments.

Its strategic position in the historical center of Rome, a short distance from various points of interest, including Piazza Venezia, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo de' Fiori, etc., makes the building an excellent solution for commercial activities.
  • Type: Business
  • Destination Type: Commerciale
  • Town: Rome
  • Locality: Centro Storico
  • Level: Split Level - level building 4
  • Condictions: Habitable
  • Heating: Independent
  • Ref: 002222800
  • Total Area sqm: 300
  • Total Rooms: 8
  • Bedrooms: 8
  • Bathrooms: 6
  • Year Built: 1600
  • Parking: Assigned Parking
  • Garden: Collective
  • Air Conditioner: Yes
  • Reception: Yes
  • Quality materials
  • Stone Building
  • Marble building
  • Restaurants
  • Cellar
  • Internal court
  • Electric gate
  • Reception
  • Fibra ottica
  • Elementary Schools Nearby
  • Middle Schools Nearby
  • Colleges Nearby
  • University nearby
  • Pharmacy nearby
  • Hospital within 2 Km
  • Subway within 2 km
  • Subway within 1 km
  • Airport within 30 km
  • Kindergarten nearby