I am pleased to offer you, this accommodation in a strategic location, close to Genoa Station Piazza Principe, Univesità, metro, marine station, town center, shops, elevator Montegalletto, Universiitaria Library and servizi.
La Property location makes it very interesting l ' purchase even for those who want to make an investment and then rent to students, given the proximity to the various istituti.
Il high floor and open views make the accommodation bright and sun-kissed with exposure mainly to the south of Piazza Principe, and west on Grand Hotel Savoia.
L'appartamento is on the third floor in a building with ascensore.
Il stairwell that does not show up much in order has already been deliberato.
Composizione: entrance hall, kitchen, bathroom , living room with balcony, master bedroom with balcony, and two other camere.
Completa the property a cellar in the palazzo.
L'ascensore Montegalletto, was built in 1929 by a private company, the Ligurian society for plant Exercise and elevators, to connect the main railway station of Genoa with Montegalletto, a name now in disuse that indicated the bypass area upstream at that time subject to a large urban expansion. Allowing to overcome some seventy meters in altitude, was the most impressive facility among those Genoese; to reach the two cabins, seating up to twenty people, it was necessary to set off into the ground along a three hundred meter tunnel. The plant was always used by local residents because at a faster rate uniting a lower ticket price than those of trams, buses and trolley buses; between 1963 and 1965, the company owns elevators replaced with more modern and fast. At the end of the sixties the number of users experienced a gradual decrease due to the introduction of the unified tariff in the Genoa public transport which made it less convenient the use of the lift; on 1 February 1976 AMT took over the plant (together with the Castelletto di Ponente), which remained in service until 1995 when, expired the thirty-year service life, the elevators were chiusi.
AMT decided not to renew the facility in the previous configuration as the need to travel long pedestrian tunnel would have caused a unattractiveness by users. It was then drafted a preliminary design by the engineer Michele Montanari AMT that involved the construction of a translator-sollevatore.
Con plant a tender was awarded to a Temporary Business Association, led by Poma Italy, drafting of the detailed design and implementation of the works; the project was presented in January 2001 at the Ministry of Transport for the necessary permits which were co