The “Real Estate Fund Ca’ Granda” was born in Milan in 2014 with the objective of financing the construction of the new headquarters of the Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico of Milan, through the ethic en-hancement of the real estate assets owned by the Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Poli-clinico. The financial instrument for the development is a social housing contribution fund. The Real Estate Foundation IRCCS Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico in Milan consists of 1,390 residential units in 65 buildings, including 44 entirely owned, for a total of over 110,000 square meters, of which 53% were built between 1870 and 1900; 29% between 1901 and 1940; 18% after 1940. The construction of a new hospital pavilion through the establishment of a larger project of spread “social housing” in the city of Milan, provides an important connotation of social and ethical purpose of the project as a whole. Implementing the plan of valorization of the heritage requires the management of a mobility plan of the tenants, who currently occupy the property for various reasons, that could lead to redeployment, so as to be able to offer a housing service for those who cannot find an adequate response in the market, while enhancing a significant real estate heritage through the sale of some existing buildings. Specifically, the paper describes the case relating to the creation and the management of the Real Estate Fund Ca' Granda Hospital, with particular reference to the definition of a project for the operation of the mobility plan, the implementation of which is a necessary condition for the development of the real estate owned by the Fund. The study presents the construction of a synthetic index of characterization of the tenants, with the aim of providing, through a preliminary evaluation of the situation of each household, a useful tool to identify cases of social fragility, for the implementation of an experimental project of spread social housing, ever made in Italy.

The experimental project of spread “social housing” of Real Estate Fund Ca 'Granda. Construction of a synthetic index for the implementation of the mobility plan.

PAVESI, ANGELA SILVIA
2017

Abstract

The “Real Estate Fund Ca’ Granda” was born in Milan in 2014 with the objective of financing the construction of the new headquarters of the Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico of Milan, through the ethic en-hancement of the real estate assets owned by the Fondazione IRCCS Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Poli-clinico. The financial instrument for the development is a social housing contribution fund. The Real Estate Foundation IRCCS Ca' Granda Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico in Milan consists of 1,390 residential units in 65 buildings, including 44 entirely owned, for a total of over 110,000 square meters, of which 53% were built between 1870 and 1900; 29% between 1901 and 1940; 18% after 1940. The construction of a new hospital pavilion through the establishment of a larger project of spread “social housing” in the city of Milan, provides an important connotation of social and ethical purpose of the project as a whole. Implementing the plan of valorization of the heritage requires the management of a mobility plan of the tenants, who currently occupy the property for various reasons, that could lead to redeployment, so as to be able to offer a housing service for those who cannot find an adequate response in the market, while enhancing a significant real estate heritage through the sale of some existing buildings. Specifically, the paper describes the case relating to the creation and the management of the Real Estate Fund Ca' Granda Hospital, with particular reference to the definition of a project for the operation of the mobility plan, the implementation of which is a necessary condition for the development of the real estate owned by the Fund. The study presents the construction of a synthetic index of characterization of the tenants, with the aim of providing, through a preliminary evaluation of the situation of each household, a useful tool to identify cases of social fragility, for the implementation of an experimental project of spread social housing, ever made in Italy.
Architectural Research Addressing Societal Challenges: Proceedings of the EAAE ARCC 10th International Conference (EAAE ARCC 2016), 15-18 June 2016, Lisbon, Portugal
9781138029668
Social housing, real estate fund, valorization of heritage, Social Fragility, affordable housing.
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