The Marseglia Group is currently developing an expansion project for the Hilton Molino Stucky in Venice, focusing on the area formerly known as the former Scalera.
Hilton Molino Stucky expands: the details
So, Hilton Molino Stucky expands? Let's find out the details about the project.
Hilton Molino Stucky Venice, the restoration of the Giudecca area: an ambitious redevelopment project
In 1997, the City Council approved the transformation of this area, but it is currently unclear whether it will become a new hotel or an extension of the existing Hilton Molino Stucky.
The Marseglia group acquired the area at Giudecca, including the former Scalera and Trevisan buildings, with the intention of redeveloping it, following the successful renovation that transformed the Molino into the current 5-star hotel managed by Hilton.
Dialogue ahead: further developments and rumors
Although a formal request has not yet been submitted to the municipality, the latest rumors indicate that the Apulian group will soon begin a dialogue to discuss the complete redevelopment of the site.
Strategic partnership with Rinascimento Valori: specialized support
The company Rinascimento Valori, which specializes in real estate and hotel consulting, has committed to support the Marseglia group in this operation.
Challenges and obstacles in Venice: the blockade on the opening of new accommodations
However, there are unique challenges in Venice, as the administration has imposed a freeze on the opening of new accommodation facilities.
Public discussion and ambitions of Marseglia group: a complex balance sheet
Public discussion regarding the Giudecca area has been ongoing for years, since the transformation was approved in 1997.
Local goals and regulations: the balance of the group's ambitions
At the moment, there are no definitive plans, but Marseglia Group CEO Antonio Giannotte has stated his intention to present a redevelopment project to make the area usable again, preferably linked to the Hilton.
Complications and ongoing initiatives: Giudecca and San Giobbe in the early stages
However, it is clear that the group's ambitions will have to comply with local regulations.
The situation is further complicated by another initiative of the group in San Giobbe, where they would like to replace a hotel in an already approved residential complex.
At the moment, both lots, Giudecca and San Giobbe, are still in the early stages.