Villa Ebe is a prestigious neo-Gothic building designed by the British architect Lamont Young. Built in 1920, it was acquired together with the contiguous ramps in 1997 by the Municipal Administration of Naples.
The belvedere is currently undergoing redevelopment works and the construction of a public transport lift that will connect it to the Santa Lucia area at the sea level, as well as a small refreshment point and toilets potentially concerning the project. The complex is located in one of the most breath-taking places in Naples, ready to come back to life and become available for the city again, through a major project of cultural-based regeneration, an iconic project for the enhancement of heritage and public space.
Expected land use
To transform the site into an evocative and accessible place through a low-carbon refurbishment of Villa Ebe with spaces dedicated to reception, culture, higher education and research with a focus on sustainability and the creation of services for the community. It must also pursue the enhancement of the archaeological site, the belvedere and the recovery of the connection path with the lower part of the city through the consolidation of the Lamont Young ramps.
Type of property transfer intended
Concession for a minimum of 29 years. The charge for this concession is established by the market price minus the cost of the works realised, this will be agreed during the with the finalist teams.